Two Free Official LSAT PrepTests

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Offline Anne

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Re: Two Free Official LSAT PrepTests
« Reply #15 on: August 17, 2010, 06:56:27 PM »
Eep! I'll edit my original post.
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Offline Ashley O

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Re: Two Free Official LSAT PrepTests
« Reply #16 on: August 19, 2010, 02:45:47 PM »

To their credit the again newly revamped LSAC site looks nice...BUT now all the links are different and in different places,  WHY???   ;confused;


I have to say I disagree. That new site looks like they borrowed it from some newbie's guide to web design. My 10 year old sister could have done a better job if they gave her a Saturday afternoon to make it up.

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Re: Two Free Official LSAT PrepTests
« Reply #17 on: August 19, 2010, 03:15:20 PM »

To their credit the again newly revamped LSAC site looks nice...BUT now all the links are different and in different places,  WHY???   ;confused;


I have to say I disagree. That new site looks like they borrowed it from some newbie's guide to web design. My 10 year old sister could have done a better job if they gave her a Saturday afternoon to make it up.

I don't know...I like the overall look of it (it's brighter, more white space, nice graphics), but I have to say that it's actually a less intuitive site than the original one (if that's even possible). Now you can't really see everything on a page, which is what I liked about the curmudgeon of a website they had previously. It's all in the eye of the beholder, I suppose. :) I don't mind the new site.
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Re: Two Free Official LSAT PrepTests
« Reply #18 on: August 20, 2010, 06:17:13 PM »

To their credit the again newly revamped LSAC site looks nice...BUT now all the links are different and in different places,  WHY???   ;confused;


I have to say I disagree. That new site looks like they borrowed it from some newbie's guide to web design. My 10 year old sister could have done a better job if they gave her a Saturday afternoon to make it up.

I don't know...I like the overall look of it (it's brighter, more white space, nice graphics), but I have to say that it's actually a less intuitive site than the original one (if that's even possible). Now you can't really see everything on a page, which is what I liked about the curmudgeon of a website they had previously. It's all in the eye of the beholder, I suppose. :) I don't mind the new site.

It's semi pleasing to the eyes on first glance but I got frustrated having to figure out where they moved a bunch of stuff I wanted to pull up and read again.  

It tends to bother me when an important site with lots of different important info/documents that lots of people look for and need completely reorganizes all of it so that you have to learn the correct navigation paths over again and all your previously bookmarked links become dead links.   ;frustrated;


I guess their web design people skipped over giving a crap about the repercussions the change has on back links to important content LSAT students/LS applicants are looking for that is linked on many other LSAT/LS related sites for easy student reference.  

My last google query of other sites that contain URL links to things on www.lsac.org came up with a count over 26,000!  I wonder how many of those links are now useless dead ends...  ;block;  Thanks a pant load LSAC.   :(





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Re: Two Free Official LSAT PrepTests
« Reply #19 on: August 23, 2010, 11:56:27 AM »
I guess their web design people skipped over giving a crap about the repercussions the change has on back links to important content LSAT students/LS applicants are looking for that is linked on many other LSAT/LS related sites for easy student reference.  

I think when you have a monopoly like they do, you don't really care about about causing other people trouble. They wanted to change it, so they did. 

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Re: Two Free Official LSAT PrepTests
« Reply #20 on: August 23, 2010, 04:19:24 PM »

My last google query of other sites that contain URL links to things on www.lsac.org came up with a count over 26,000!  I wonder how many of those links are now useless dead ends...  ;block;  Thanks a pant load LSAC.   :(


All of them, unless they were made after the redesign. The changed ALL links, and didn't bother to leave the old site up for redirects. That's definitely a pain.
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Re: Two Free Official LSAT PrepTests
« Reply #21 on: December 21, 2011, 06:06:50 AM »
Firefox made me let it update itself 2 or 3 times in as many weeks and was doing some funky stuff in the process after the first update.   :cool:


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Re: Two Free Official LSAT PrepTests
« Reply #22 on: August 13, 2013, 08:43:13 PM »
Here's a link for that free LSAC practice material--hope that's helpful!   ;sunny;

http://www.lsac.org/jd/lsat/lsat-prep-materials.asp