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An Examination of the Validity of Nine Experimental Tests for Predicting Success in Law School LSAC LSAT

Author(s):
Evans, Franklin R.; Klein, Stephen P.
Publication Year:
1968
Report Number:
RM-68-03, LSAC-68-02
Source:
ETS Research Memorandum
Document Type:
Report
Page Count:
16
Subject/Key Words:
Law School Admission Council (LSAC), Law School Admission Test (LSAT), Law Schools, Predictive Validity, Test Construction, Test Validity

Abstract

The present study examined whether any of nine experimental tests could be combined with undergraduate grade-point average and the Law School Admissions Test to improve the prediction of first-year grades in law school. It was hoped that such an investigation would yield an indication of what types of measures might be included in future forms of the LSAT so as to increase its validity.

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