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The 12 Days of LSAT Christmas

  • by Jodi Teti
  • Dec 22, 2010
  • Odds and Ends

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The 12 days of LSAT Christmas

On the first day of Christmas, my Blueprint gave to me, a sampling fallacy.

On the second day of Christmas, my Blueprint gave to me, two transitives and a sampling fallacy.

On the third day of Christmas my Blueprint gave to me, three logic games, two transitives, and a sampling fallacy.

On the fourth day of Christmas my Blueprint gave to me, four practice tests, three logic games, two transitives, and a sampling fallacy.

On the fifth day of Christmas my Blueprint gave to me, five answer sheets, four practice tests, three logic games, two transitives, and a sampling fallacy.

On the sixth day of Christmas my Blueprint gave to me, six dinos a dying, five answer sheets, four practice tests, three logic games, two transitives, and a sampling fallacy.

On the seventh day of Christmas my Blueprint gave to me, seven Thurgoods a trying, six dinos a dying, five answer sheets, four practice tests, three logic games, two transitives, and a sampling fallacy.

On the eighth day of Christmas my Blueprint gave to me, eight prompts a parsing, seven Thurgoods a trying, six dinos a dying, five answer sheets, four practice tests, three logic games, two transitives, and a sampling fallacy.

On the ninth day of Christmas my Blueprint gave to me, nine writing samples, eight prompts a parsing, seven Thurgoods a trying, six dinos a dying, five answer sheets, four practice tests, three logic games, two transitives, and a sampling fallacy.

On the tenth day of Christmas my Blueprint gave to me, ten natives a weaving, nine writing samples, eight prompts a parsing, seven Thurgoods a trying, six dinos a dying, five answer sheets, four practice tests, three logic games, two transitives, and a sampling fallacy.

On the eleventh day of Christmas my Blueprint gave to me, eleven parallel flaws, ten natives a weaving, nine writing samples, eight prompts a parsing, seven Thurgoods a trying, six dinos a dying, five answer sheets, four practice tests, three logic games, two transitives, and a sampling fallacy.

On the twelfth day of Christmas my Blueprint gave to me, twelve comparative readings, eleven parallel flaws, ten natives a weaving, nine writing samples, eight prompts a parsing, seven Thurgoods a trying, six dinos a dying, five answer sheets, four practice tests, three logic games, two transitives, and a sampling fallacy.

Happy Holidays from everyone at Blueprint!

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