October 2010 LSAT Blog Carnival
- Oct 21, 2010
- LSAT, Odds and Ends
Welcome once again to our LSAT recap blog carnival. The reports we received from our correspondents throughout this great nation basically concluded that it was a ho-hum sort of test, but the slave-drivers here at MSS have me trolling the Internets looking for bloggers discussing the test.
To kick things off, we have this sentiment from Eileen: “The LSAT kicked my ass like a drunk, abusive boyfriend.” ‘Bout sums it up.
Anna actually enjoyed the LSAT, saying that the logic games were somewhat fun. Generally, if you’re really enjoying logic games, you’re either a crazy person, or have truly mastered the test. Hopefully Anna’s among the latter.
Laquan Lightfoot (who has a sweet Harry Potter-esque pen name) took the LSAT in London, in a place called Ironmonger’s Hall (which has a sweet Harry Potter-esque pen name). He also has an unnatural obsession with Chipotle, which I imagine I’d share if I was ever in a place that didn’t have them on every other street corner.
Heather took the LSAT and all and is glad it’s over, but I was mostly interested by the fact that Canadia has a Thanksgiving of its own and apparently it’s in…October. Weird.
There are many ways to spend the time until the LSAT, but lifeisgood is choosing one of the more productive ways: staring at photos of Meerkats.
Anyway, if anyone out there has any further reactions, or has any other interesting notes from bloggers, let us know.
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