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Celebrity LSAT Scores: How Would Your Fave Do?

Welcome back to our corner of the internet where we delve into the most pressing matters that all LSAT students and prelaws definitely care about. Today, we’re diving into the world of hypothetical celebrity LSAT scores. Because stars are just like us and who wouldn’t want to know how our favorite stars fare in the realm of logical reasoning and analytical thinking? 

Disclaimer: Don’t—and we can’t stress this enough—take this article seriously. These are purely fictional and made-up celebrity LSAT scores. Any resemblance to future real-life events is purely coincidental.

A Rundown of Hypothetical Celebrity LSAT Scores

Kim Kardashian: Reality TV Royalty or LSAT Superstar?

Let’s start with the one and only Kim Kardashian. Now, Kimmy may be known for many things—reality TV stardom, prison reform advocate, and breaking the internet over and over again—but LSAT prowess probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. 

In fact, in Kim’s quest to become a lawyer, she tried bypassing the LSAT and law school altogether by apprenticing under a lawyer and studying for the bar exam. She even went so far as to pass the baby bar exam before hitting pause on her lawyer journey.

However, in our alternate universe where anything is possible, Kim decides she wants to go to law school and surprises us all by not only taking the LSAT, but absolutely crushing it. So, what would Kim Kardashian’s LSAT score be? A solid 175, of course. Because when you’re Kim Kardashian, standardized testing is just another industry to conquer.

Cue Kris Jenner developing a Kardashian-branded LSAT prep course in the future. 

Elon Musk: The LSAT’s Got Nothing on the Tech Titan

But what about the enigmatic Elon Musk? The tech mogul and visionary behind companies like Tesla and SpaceX surely has a mind capable of tackling even the most tricky logical reasoning questions

In our version of events, Musk’s LSAT score is a stellar 179, a testament to his intellect and knack for solving complex problems. Also, it’s very likely he signed up for an LSAT date on a whim and completely forgot about it until test day. 

Speak Now or Forever Hold Your Peace, Taylor Swift

We already know Taylor Swift has a way with words. But how would Taylor fare if those words were legal jargon instead of heartbreaking lyrics? Can she discern the difference between sufficient and necessary conditions

We’re going to venture and say Taylor Swift’s LSAT score would be a 172. She would then pen a hit song about it shortly after. The LSAT Writing Section will end up being her favorite section, with Logical Reasoning a close second. 

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Sydney Sweeney: Booked and Probably Too Busy for the LSAT

It’s hard to flip on the TV or swipe through social media these days without either seeing an ad for Sydney Sweeney’s new movie(s) or spotting her in one of her covert guest roles. 

However, we also know that she’s pretty smart (having majored in business at UCLA). She also probably likes puzzles, as demonstrated by her hobby of restoring vintage cars.  

Given all that, we think her biggest LSAT obstacle will be finding the time to prep. So, in our hypothetical world of celebrity LSAT scores, Sydney would likely get a 165 LSAT on her first attempt, but then later break into the 170s on a retake.

Pedro Pascal: From GOT to the LSAT

Whether he’s navigating the treacherous political landscape of Westeros, outsmarting drug lords, or simply being the best meme example of the phrase “Make your own kind of music,” Pedro Pascal proves time and time again that he’s a force to be reckoned with.

In our imaginary LSAT universe, Pedro Pascal’s score is a solid 168, reflecting his intelligence, versatility, and ability to inhabit complex characters with ease. We’re going to assume Pedro approaches the LSAT with a fierce determination and sharp intellect, dissecting logical arguments with precision and flair.

Curious to see more hypothetical celebrity LSAT scores? Check out our thoughts on Obama’s LSAT score and Elle Wood’s LSAT score.

Final Thoughts

As we wrap up our journey through the imaginary LSAT scores of celebrities, one thing becomes clear: standardized tests may be daunting, but with a little imagination, even the most unlikely candidates can come out on top. 

So whether you’re a reality TV star, a real-life tech mogul, or a real-deal pre-law student, remember that you’re more than your LSAT score. Sometimes, you need to dream of your own hypothetical score to motivate you in your real life. 

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