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9 Gender F A/PI adaptive testing research analyses B/AA Black/African American book not published C/MA Chicano/Mexican American subgroups commercial test preparation Comparison of respondents computerized adaptive testing Dominant Language English English Yes Female test takers fluent in English Information Book institution test preparation Law School Admission LSAC test preparation LSAT takers Mean Gender mean LSAT score mean number methods of preparation methods of test number of methods number of test official LSAC test Pashley Percent of respondents published by LSAC receive questions related related to computerized related to test respondents and nonrespondents respondents indicating sample questions sample test School Admission Council self-reported methods self-study TABLE takers received questions takers to receive test preparation course test preparation materials test preparation methods test preparation questions test preparation school test takers received test takers reported Thornton & Reese three testing total group undergraduate institution test users and nonusers Users Nonusers Diff.2 Wightman