December 2009 LSAT Blog Carnival
- Dec 16, 2009
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
We had so much fun at our blog carnival following the September exam, we thought we’d search the blogosphere again to get some reactions about the December LSAT. If you’ve come across any other good recaps, or have a good story of your own, please feel free to share. (And if you haven’t already, make sure you check out Jay’s discussion of the December 2009 LSAT). Without further ado, here are some of our favorites:
Mr. Predictably Liberal seemed to have a great test day although he did struggle over the eternal ethical LSAT question: should we be nice to fellow test-goers whose relative success or failure effects our own, or pray for their demise so that we may do better?
As you probably know, we at MSS are fascinated with the idea of the international LSAT. That’s why we were happy to read Annie’s World Travel Blog about her experience taking the LSAT in Madrid. Scroll down to Saturday for the LSAT update, although Thursday’s entry on the presentation war with Stephanie is highly amusing.
Although she took the LSAT in the states, we have a hunch that Angelika is not from the U.S. (based on her spelling of ‘centre’ and ‘standardised’). Anglicized spelling aside, it sounds like she was prepared and performed well on test day. She also has the world’s best send-off.
After an initial deer-in-the-headlights moment (we can all sympathize), All That I Am got back and track and is ready to tackle his law school applications.
Well that’s our roundup for the December LSAT! We’ll be back with more information about the December exam after the scores are released. Until then, think good thoughts of other test takers, never partner with a slacker for a school project, use the British pronunciation for words like “mobile”, and stay enveloped in a cloud of peace.
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