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Logical Reasonings

A. Don’t forget to RSVP to the webinars we’re hosting tomorrow. The first is on the LSAT and will begin at 11 am Pacific on the dot. And the second is on Logic Games, which will begin at 5 pm Pacific. If you digitally attend either, we’ll hook you up with promo codes good for $300 off any Blueprint classroom course and $75 off for the first month of an online course subscription. Blueprint LSAT

B. As the ABA continues to debate whether it’ll get rid of the requirement that law schools use a standardized test for admissions, 58% of pre-law students in a recent survey claimed they want the requirement to be maintained. This may be the most egregious case of the pot calling the kettle black … but … still … 58% of pre-law students are apparently nerds. Above the Law

C. The LSAT Prep Book — which does not license real LSAT questions from LSAC but instead comes up with its own — wrote some questions that were not particularly kind to the current president. This ruffled the feathers some right-leaning pre-law types, but we’re honestly more upset that one the supposed LR questions included asked students to identify the answer choice the author would agree with. That’s not a real LR question, bruv. The College Fix

D. Constitutional law guy Erwin Chemerinsky runs down some under-the-radar Supreme Court cases from this term. ABA Journal

E. In his latest main segment, John Oliver waded into the power wielded by prosecutors. YouTube