The Declaration of LSAT Independence
- Jul 04, 2014
- LSAT Poetry, Odds and Ends
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
Earlier this week, LSAC released the June LSAT scores, effectively releasing those who took the exam from having to worry about they did over the holiday weekend. How sweet!
For many of you, the June LSAT will mark the last time you are forced to take a test without earplugs or carry a Ziploc bag with 3 or more non-mechanical no. 2 pencils. How… sad?
In honor of the 4th of July, we here at Blueprint LSAT Prep have penned a “historical” document for those who’ve taken the LSAT and are declaring themselves free of its harsh rule.
The Declaration of Independence from the LSAT:
In Most Strongly Supported, July 4, 2014.
The Unanimous Declaration of the LSAT Test Takers across America,
When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for all law school applicants to dissolve their connection with the LSAT…
We hold these truths to be self evident, that not all LSATs are created equal – some have really boring reading comprehension passages while others have rare games – but they are endowed by their creator, LSAC, with certain unalienable right answers, that among us who are declaring ourselves free from the LSAT, let us get back to Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.
FUN FACT: The Declaration of Independence signed by the delegates of the Continental Congress was engrossed on parchment, which is made from animal skin, while the Declaration of Independence from the LSAT was written on Microsoft Word and did not involve harming any animals.
Enjoy your Independence Day weekend!
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