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# Comparison to LSAT

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Comparison to LSAT [#permalink]  21 Jul 2018, 20:14
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Has anyone here taken the LSAT as well? How do people find the GRE verbal section compares to the LSAT reading comprehension and logical reasoning sections? Any differences? Obviously, there are some parts of the verbal section that are just completely different (e.g., the text completion, which has no analogy in the LSAT). But among the similar parts (reading comprehension and questions that ask you to evaluate a short argument in some way), what are the differences?
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Re: Comparison to LSAT [#permalink]  04 May 2019, 12:24
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The LSAT logical reasoning section has questions where they give you a situation (3-4 sentences basically a paragraph; aka a short argument) then they have a question, for example, which of the following options (a,b,c,d,e) weakens the above argument.

You see a few questions in the GRE Verbal where you will get the same question type.

One GRE Verbal section is basically:
- reading comprehension (almost half the exam questions)
- sentence completion (almost half the exam questions)
- 2-3 questions on logical reasoning (aka short arguments)
Re: Comparison to LSAT   [#permalink] 04 May 2019, 12:24
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