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Exam Format:

  • Logical Reasoning Section 1
  • Logical Reasoning Section 2
  • Analytical Reasoning
  • Reading Comprehension

Free Sample Questions for Chevron Attorneys Recruitment

LSAT Analytical Reasoning Practice Test 1
Answer the following question based on the below passage:

GAME 1
A landscape architect is selecting trees for a new project. The architect must choose between 7 types of trees—a Maple, a River Birch, an Oak, a Sycamore, Chestnut, a Blue Spruce, and a Pine. There are two separate areas, named area 1 and area 2, in which the trees will be planted. The trees must be planted in accordance with the following constraints:
Each area contains three different types of trees, and there are only three types of trees in each area.The same type of tree cannot be planted more than once in either area.
If an area contains a river birch, then the area cannot contain either a blue spruce or a pine.
If an area has a sycamore tree, it must also contain either a river birch or an oak.
Any area that contains an oak must also contain a maple.
Which of the following is an acceptable selection of trees for both areas?
A. (Area 1: Oak, Sycamore, Maple) (Area 2: Blue Spruce, Pine, River Birch)
B. (Area 1: Maple, Sycamore, River Birch) (Area 2: Blue Spruce, Chestnut, Oak)
C. (Area 1: Maple, River Birch, Chestnut) (Area 2: Sycamore, Oak, Blue Spruce)
D. (Area 1: Sycamore, River Birch, Maple) (Area 2: Blue Spruce, Pine, Chestnut)
E. (Area 1: Chestnut, Maple, Oak) (Area 2: Sycamore, River Birch, Chestnut)

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LSAT Analytical Reasoning Practice Test 2
Answer the following question based on the below passage:

GAME 1
A landscape architect is selecting trees for a new project. The architect must choose between 7 types of trees—a Maple, a River Birch, an Oak, a Sycamore, Chestnut, a Blue Spruce, and a Pine. There are two separate areas, named area 1 and area 2, in which the trees will be planted. The trees must be planted in accordance with the following constraints:
Each area contains three different types of trees, and there are only three types of trees in each area.
The same type of tree cannot be planted more than once in either area.
If an area contains a river birch, then the area cannot contain either a blue spruce or a pine.
If an area has a sycamore tree, it must also contain either a river birch or an oak.
Any area that contains an oak must also contain a maple.
Which of the following CANNOT be true?

A. A pine is not selected.
B. A Sycamore and a Maple are planted in area 2.
C. A river birch is not selected.
D. A blue spruce is in area 1 and a Pine is in area 2.
E. An oak and a chestnut tree are both in area 1.

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LSAT Logical Reasoning Practice Test 2
Answer the following question based on the below passage:
Good physicians inform patients of the possible risks associated with a procedure before the patient undergoes a procedure. Jolene’s physician didn’t warn her of the risks of her procedure before operating, so her physician is unethical.

Which of the following is an assumption that would allow the conclusion to be properly drawn?
A. If a physician does not warn a patient of the possible risks before the procedure, the physician is unethical.
B. All ethical physicians are good physicians
C. Jolene’s physician normally warns patients about the risks of procedures before she operates on her patients
D. Some physicians who are good physicians fail to act ethically in every circumstance.
E. All ethical physicians warn patients of risks before operating.

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LSAT Logical Reasoning Practice Test 4
Answer the following question based on the below passage:
Good physicians inform patients of the possible risks associated with a procedure before the patient undergoes a procedure. Jolene’s physician didn’t warn her of the risks of her procedure before operating, so her physician is unethical.

Which of the following is an assumption that would allow the conclusion to be properly drawn?
A. If a physician does not warn a patient of the possible risks before the procedure, the physician is unethical.
B. All ethical physicians are good physicians
C. Jolene’s physician normally warns patients about the risks of procedures before she operates on her patients
D. Some physicians who are good physicians fail to act ethically in every circumstance.
E. All ethical physicians warn patients of risks before operating.

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LSAT Reading Comprehension Practice Test 5

Please answer the following question about passage 2:

Which of the following most accurately describes the main purpose of this passage?
Since Charles Darwin first introduced the concept of evolution in his 1859 book, The Origin of Species, Christian fundamentalists have rejected this scientific theory, contending that it conflicts with a literal reading of the Bible. This Biblical-based tenet regarding the earth’s origin is commonly known as “creationism,” and its followers, “creationists,” have developed various strategies that endeavor to remove the teaching of evolution from public schools and incorporate creationism into science curricula.
This debate between evolution and creationism began in the nineteenth century, and gained national attention when the religious movement known as fundamentalism clashed with the rising acceptance of Darwinism. Since the central premises of fundamentalism are a literal interpretation of the Bible and an inerrancy of Scripture, fundamentalists viewed these scientific developments as direct attacks on the Bible and its teachings regarding the origin of humans. Fundamentalists further feared that acceptance of Darwinism would cause a decline in traditional values, and this concern had a pervasive effect on the teaching of biology in public schools. Three states went so far as to enact laws prohibiting the teaching of evolution in public schools, and local school boards and teachers across the nation used textbooks that avoided the topic entirely. For at the time, this practice was largely accepted, and it almost appeared that the evolution/creationism debate had been quieted.
In 1925, John Scopes was arrested for teaching evolution in a public high school in Dayton, Tennessee, in violation of a Tennessee statute making the teaching of evolution in schools a criminal offense. More specifically, the statute prohibited public school teachers from presenting any theory that denied the story of the divine creation of humans as taught in the Bible and, instead, maintained that humans have descended from a lower order of animals. The Tennessee Supreme Court held that Tennessee had the power as an employer, speaking through legislation, to determine the action of its teacher employees. Thus, the Tennessee Supreme Court found that because Tennessee has the power to authorize and enforce contracts for public services, it may require that those services be rendered in a manner consistent with the public policy of the state (i.e., certain curricula in schools).
Although Scopes appeared to be a victory for the fundamentalists, it seems to have been the last clear ruling in favor of the religious movement. Enactment of anti-evolution legislation ceased in 1928; however, creationists shifted their concentration to local communities and successfully exerted pressure on school boards, publishers, and teachers alike to omit evolution from the curriculum for over thirty years. As fundamentalists began to place less emphasis on the battle against evolution and became preoccupied with combating new evils that arose after World War II, the federal government began clamoring for increased emphasis on evolutionary theory in schools. Advancements in technology, new scientific discoveries in the 1960s, such as the launching of Sputnik, and greater government interest in improving the United State’s strength and achievement in scientific fields created a new demand for the development of biology texts that incorporated the theory of evolution. This new emphasis on science produced a resurgence of fundamentalist concern that the teaching of evolution would create a loss of traditional societal values.
Now, over seventy-five years after the infamous “Scopes Monkey Trial,” the controversial confrontation over science, religion, law, and education can still be heard in legislative halls, courtrooms, schools, and homes across the nation. Whether the incorporation of certain religiously motivated theories of the earth’s origin into public schools violates the fundamental separation between church and state is a question that continues to plague this country today.
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A. To explain how Darwin’s theory of evolution was initially widely accepted in America, but certain groups began to believe the theory was incorrect.
B. To discuss how groups of Christians have fought against teaching the theory of evolution in public schools as they believe it contradicts the Bible
C. To provide details about the fight between Christians and proponents of teaching evolution in public schools and to explain the fight continues today.
D. To share insight on how the author helped win battles for the fundamentalist movement in the court room.
E. To explain why it is critical that evolution be taught in schools if the U.S. wishes to be successful globally.

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