Congratulations to all of you brave souls who took the first LSAT of the 2018-19 LSAT season! Now that the exam is done, what to do? Well, you could celebrate extravagantly, like Alex Ovechkin following the Stanley Cup. Or you could celebrate solemnly and joylessly, like the Warriors following the NBA Finals. Or you can unburden yourself, and chat about the exam you just took.
We mused last week that, since the LSAC has been feeling experimental this year, there might be a couple curveballs on this LSAT. Did you notice any? Any strange games thrown into the mix? The return of two questions per Logical Reasoning stimulus? Hit us up in the comments section with your experiences, memories, and thoughts. We’ll be updating throughout the day, and we’ll be back tomorrow for a more thorough breakdown of what was on the exam.
An important note: LSAC prohibits us from publishing any big specifics from any LSAT (this includes individual questions/answers, trying to identify the experimental section, etc.). So if your comment is removed, it most likely violated some kind of rule or was close enough that we didn’t want to risk it. Here’s a pretty good guide for what’s acceptable.
Update: We have our thoughts on the June 2018 exam here.