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Mar 15, 2010
LSAT Logical Reasoning: Smart Phones and Dumb Commercials

I haven’t had television broadcast into my home for about five years. Don’t worry, I’m not one of those self-righteous “Kill Your TV” jerks. I have an LCD and waste as much of my life in front of it as any other obese American; it’s just that I switched to watching everything on DVD a […]

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Feb 02, 2010
Law School Decisions: Choosing Prestige or Money

So last week, Ginny wrote a fantastic post about not selling your soul to go to the highest ranked law school possible, after which a commenter mentioned that “It’d be nice if we could supplement this blog with the opinions of someone who chose the other route.” (Although I definitely suggest you read Ginny’s blog, […]

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Oct 29, 2009
Halloween Costume Idea: An LSAT Student

I am bad at Halloween. You see, I always have a number of decent costume ideas, but I’m sorely lacking in the execution arena. Generally, I end up searching through the back of my closet for random remnants left over from my college years. A pink boa? Sure. Skin-tight, blue snakeskin shirt? Why not. And […]

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Jul 02, 2009
To Diagram or Not to Diagram? That is the (LSAT) Question.

Shakespeare had it all wrong. For aspiring and motivated LSAT students, there is a different question that dominates their consciousness, especially during the early part of their studies: to diagram or not to diagram? Diagramming is a term that has been coined for actually taking the time to map out the logic involved in a […]

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