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May 01, 2017
Logical Reasonings

A. They do everything different in England. They call transactional attorneys solicitors, litigators barristers, and judges magistrates. And now they’re going to let people practice law without a degree, provided they pass a competency test. Forbes B. Following the complete pandemonium of Fyre Fest 2017 this weekend, Ja Rule and his business partner are being […]

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Apr 26, 2017
Don’t Have a Flawed Approach to the LSAT: Memorize the Common Fallacies with a Few Easy Tricks

When it comes to the LSAT, there’s nothing more important than knowing the common LSAT fallacies cold. Here’s how to make your flaw(ed) life easier. 1. Why LSAT Fallacies Are Important The fallacies you’ll encounter on the LSAT play a key role in several important Logical Reasoning questions and Reading Comprehension passages. Clearly, you’ll need […]

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Feb 22, 2017
LSAT Fallacies in 140 Characters or Less

So very presidential. As you may have heard, the President of the United States has an active personal Twitter account. We all fondly remember the days when the tweets weren’t national policy, but rather the musings of the guy on the TV show with the inexplicable hair. Friendly relationship advice for Robisten? Check! Musings on […]

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Oct 25, 2014
Exclusivity Fallacies: Either You Read This Post or You Flunk the LSAT

You might’ve been here before: you’re trying to explain to your deluded Bay Area friends that Colin Kaepernick is not – and will never be – an elite quarterback. “He throws when he should run. He runs when he should throw. He’s just plain dumb…” Your friends are aghast, and they pull their trump card: […]

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Aug 02, 2013
Throwback to These Pop Music Fallacies

One of the things you’ve probably noticed about studying for the LSAT is that it changes the way you think – for instance, you suddenly start seeing logical fallacies everywhere. When I was studying for the LSAT, one of the most annoying side effects was that whenever I heard a conditional statement, I would reflexively […]

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Oct 03, 2012
Logical Reasonings

A) Not every law school is struggling. KU saw a 19 percent increase in applications. LJ World. B) Vikings punter Chris Kluwe is now using LSAT fallacies to back his pro-gay marriage argument. Twin Cities. C) A Michigan State math class gets a little interesting after its professor suffers a nude mental breakdown. HyperVocal. D) […]

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Apr 25, 2012
Logical Reasonings

A) Eight out of ten dentists agree: One in five New York law school graduates are finding jobs at small law firms. Law. B) If you haven’t learned about LSAT fallacies in your LSAT prep class yet, here’s a fallacious taste. Your Logical Fallacy Is. C) Hulett “Bucky” Askew and his bow tie are stepping […]

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Aug 26, 2011
No LSAT Practice is Complete Without Logical Reasoning

Last week, our LSAT practice quiz dealt with logic games. Stepping up to the plate for LSAT practice this week: Logical reasoning. LR is the most consistent section from test to test and makes up 50 percent of your LSAT score. Thus, your LSAT practice should focus largely on mastering this section. The majority of […]

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Mar 14, 2011
Logical Reasonings

A) Japan’s nuclear situation becomes increasingly dire.  NY Times. B) Al Qaeda launches women’s magazine.  Their beauty tip for maintaining a creamy complexion?  Cover your face.  The Huffington Post. C) When asking for law school letters of recommendation, make it easy for your recommender.  The Ivey Files. D) Fun with LSAT Fallacies.  ClearAdmit. E)  Be […]

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Mar 07, 2011
Logical Reasonings

A) This is so coming up on a reading comp passage. Something about comets and life in outer space.  Time. B) Fun with causal fallacies.  Why you should drink coffee because it’s healthy for you.  Right.  Shine. C) How to accept a law school offer or negotiate for a better one.  Anna Ivey via ClearAdmit. […]

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