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LSAT (Law School Admission Test) Interview Questions And Answers

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1 ► Beautiful beaches attract people, no doubt about it. Just look at this citys beautiful beaches, which are among the most overcrowded beaches in the state.
2 ► Our school district should not spend its money on the new Verbal Advantage reading program. After all, our students get all the reading practice they need by studying history and science.
3 ► No national productivity measures are available for underground industries that may exist but remain unreported. On the other hand, at least some industries that are run entirely by self-employed industrialists are included in national productivity measures.
4 ► Lou observes that if flight 409 is canceled, then the manager could not possibly arrive in time for the meeting. But the flight was not canceled. Therefore, Lou concludes, the manager will certainly be on time. Evelyn replies that even if Lous premises are true, his argument is fallacious. And therefore, she adds, the manager will not arrive on time after all.
5 ► Sally has never received a violation from the Federal Aviation Administration during her 16-year flying career. Sally must be a great pilot.
6 ► Cars are safer than planes. Fifty percent of plane accidents result in death, while only one percent of car accidents result in death.
7 ► Ever since I arrived at the college last week, Ive been shocked by the poor behavior of the students. The student population is completely lacking in proper social skills.
8 ► Dear Editor: I feel obliged to comment on the unfair review you published last week written by Robert Duxbury. Your readers should know that Mr. Duxbury recently published his own book that covered the same topic as my book, which you asked him to review. It is regrettable that Mr. Duxbury should feel the need to belittle a competing work in the hope of elevating his own book.
9 ► The government of Zunimagua has refused to schedule free elections, release political prisoners, or restore freedom of speech; therefore, no more financial aid from the United States should be provided to Zunimagua.
10 ► Many people argue that the death penalty deters murder. However, the notorious killer Ned Grandy deliberately moved to a state that imposes the death penalty just before embarking on a series of ferocious murders. Thus, it seems clear that the existence of the death penalty does not serve as a deterrent to murder.
11 ► The senate candidate expressed outrage that few judges have any background in technology, yet they try to resolve cases involving high tech companies. He stated that not one federal judge has a degree or any experience in computer technology.
12 ► Smoking in bed has long been the main cause of home fires. Despite a significant decline in cigarette smoking in the last two decades, there has been no comparable decline in the number of people killed in home fires.
13 ► An ingredient in coffee, known as RTC, has been found to inactivate common cold viruses in experiments. In previous experiments, researchers found that inactivated common cold viruses can convert healthy cells into cancer cells. It can be concluded that the use of coffee can cause cancer.
14 ► Studies of fatal automobile accidents reveal that, in the majority of cases in which one occupant of an automobile is killed while another survives, it is the passenger, not the driver, who is killed. It is ironic that the innocent passenger should suffer for the drivers carelessness, while the driver often suffers only minor injuries or none at all.
15 ► Several movie versions of Charles Dickens Tale of Two Cities have been made. The original movie version made in 1939 is the best because it is closest in spirit to the original novel.

2012-04-02 13:19:14

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