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COMPUTERIZED TESTING REPORTS
 
Final Report: LSAC Skills Analysis Law School Task Survey (CT-02-02)
by Stephen Luebke, Kimberly Swygert, Lori McLeod, Susan Dalessandro, and Louis Roussos
On the Use of Collateral Item Response Information to Improve Pretest Item Calibration (CT-98-13)
by William Stout, Terry Ackerman, Dan Bolt, Amy Goodwin Froelich, Dan Heck, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
The Relationship of Item-Level Response Times With Test-Taker and Item variables in an Operational CAT Environment (CT-98-10)
by Kimberly A. Swygert
The Use of Statistical Process Control-Charts for Person-Fit Analysis in Computerized Adaptive Testing (CT-98-12)
by Rob R. Meijer and Edith M. L. A. van Krimpen-Stoop, University of Twente
 
 
RESEARCH REPORTS
 
Are Other Things Essentially Equal? An Empirical Investigation of the Consequences of Including Race as a Factor in Law School Admission
by Linda F. Wightman
Beyond FYA: Analysis of the Utility of LSAT Scores and UGPA for Predicting Academic Success in Law School (RR-99-05)
by Linda F. Wightman
A Compendium of LSAT and LSAC-Sponsored Item Types 1948-1994 (RR-94-01)
by Lynda M. Reese and Ruth Anne Cotter
 
Crafting an Incoming Law School Class: Preliminary Results (RR-99-01)
by Peter Pashley and Andrea E. Thornton
Discrepant LSAT Subscores (RR-93-01)
by Lawrence Stricker
Employment Patterns of Law School Graduates (RR-00-01)
by Joe G. Baker
Juggling It All: Exploring Lawyers' Work, Home, and Family Demands and Coping Strategies (Report of Stage One Findings) (RR-00-02)
by Jean E. Wallace
Juggling It All: Exploring Lawyers' Work, Home, and Family Demands and Coping Strategies (Report of Stage Two Findings) (RR-01-03)
by Jean E. Wallace
Law School Admissions, 1985 to 1995, Assessing the Effect of Application Volume (RR-97-02)
by Charles Longley
Legal Education at the Close of the Twentieth Century: Descriptions and Analyses of Students, Financing, and Professional Expectations and Attitudes
by Linda F. Wightman
LSAC National Longitudinal Bar Passage Study (NLBPS)
historical introduction by Henry Ramsey, Jr., executive summary and summary of the report by Linda F. Wightman
(NOTE: LSAC has created a public-use dataset from its National Longitudinal Bar Passage Study. For information about how to request a copy of this dataset, please contact Gita Wilder, LSAC Social Research Scientist, at .)
Program of Research on Legal Writing: Phase II: Research on a Writing Exercise (RR-96-01)
by Hunter M. Breland, Sydell T. Carlton, and Susan Taylor
The Road to Law School and Beyond: Examining Challenges to Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the Legal Profession (RR-02-01)
by Gita Z. Wilder
Speed as a Variable on the LSAT and Law School Exams (RR-03-03)
by William D. Henderson
The Threat to Diversity in Legal Education: An Empirical Analysis of the Consequences of Abandoning Race as a Factor in Law School Admission Decisions
by Linda F. Wightman
University of Alberta Admissions Policy Research Project
Using the Internet to Survey College Students About Their Law School Plans (RR-01-04)
by Stephen S. Meinhold, Ph.D., Department of Political Science, University of North Carolina at Wilmington and Dennis W. Gleiber, Ph.D., Department of Political Science, University of New Orleans
Who Gets the App? Explaining Law School Application Volume, 1993 to 1996 (RR-97-03)
by Charles Longley
Women in Legal Education: A Comparison of the Law School Performance and Law School Experiences of Women and Men
by Linda F. Wightman
 
 
STATISTICAL REPORTS
 
Factors in Performance on the Law School Admission Test (SR-93-04)
by Kenneth M. Wilson and Donald E. Powers
On Testing for Assumption Recognition (SR-97-01)
by Gilbert E. Plumer
Statistical Adjustments of Law School Grade Point Averages (RR-93-02)
by
John W. Young
 
 
TECHNICAL REPORTS
 
Accommodated Test Taker Trends and Performance for the June 1993 through February 1998 LSAT Administrations (TR-01-04)
by Andrea E. Thornton, Susan P. Dalessandro, and Lynda M. Reese
Analysis of Differential Prediction of Law School Performance by Racial/Ethnic Subgroups Based on the 1996-1998 Entering Law School Classes (TR-00-02)
by Lisa C. Anthony and Mei Liu
Predictive Validity of Accommodated LSAT Scores (TR-01-01)
by Andrea E. Thornton, Lynda M. Reese, Peter J. Pashley, and Susan Dalessandro
Predictive Validity of the LSAT: A National Summary of the 1995-1996 Correlation Studies (TR-97-01)
by Lisa C. Anthony and Vincent F. Harris
Summary of Self-Reported Methods of Test Preparation by LSAT Takers for Testing Years 1991-1992 Through 1996-1997 (TR-97-02)
by Andrea E. Thornton, Lynda M. Reese, and Peter J. Pashley
The Validity of Law School Admission Test Scores for Repeaters: A Replication (TR-98-05)
by Susan P. Dalessandro and Lori D. McLeod

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