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Stop by Our Table at the CSUF Graduate School Expo & Law School Networking Event

Stop by the Blueprint LSAT table on Tuesday, 9/26 and save $200 on any classroom course!

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Chris Whyte

Chris is an affable dude who gets along well with just about everyone and everything. Notable exceptions include Bob Costas, Kenny G, and pickles; Chris would send them all to hell if he had Death's scythe. 

A journalism major in college, Chris spent three broke and happy years working for a music magazine. He interviewed many of his musical heroes -- including Mike Patton, Ben Folds, Outkast, Jane's Addiction, and Weird Al -- but convinced himself that he needed a greater intellectual challenge. Chris scored a 171 on the LSAT and graduated from Loyola Law School in 2006. A well-respected litigator, Chris was recognized by Super Lawyers' Rising Stars list in 2009, 2013, 2014, and 2017. Chris now owns a legal practice specializing in estate planning, probate, and trust litigation.

Chris believes his experiences with diverse personalities, from eccentric rock stars to stodgy judges, give him the patience and persistence to successfully teach the LSAT to anyone. No matter a student's background, Chris is adept at eliminating the baggage that harms LSAT performance and replacing it with proper Blueprint methods. 

Although Chris has had far fewer rock star encounters since becoming a lawyer, he did use a urinal next to Kenny G in a superior court restroom. Unlike Elvis Costello, Chris's aim was not true.

09/27/2017
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

With:
Daniel Gonzalez

at:
FIU- GC314

LSAT Seminar

Free LSAT Seminar at FIU

Pi Sigma Tau and Blueprint are hosting a free LSAT seminar! This event is great way to expand your knowledge of the LSAT, understand the importance of LSAT prep, and much more! This event is open to ALL and everyone who signs in will receive $300 off a Blueprint live class.

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Daniel Gonzalez

Growing up in a fiery and ruthless Cuban household, Daniel learned that successfully arguing was the only way to earn his mother's love. The perfect foundation was set for aspirations of becoming a bloodthirsty lawyer. 

Daniel graduated from the University of Florida with a major in Psychology (after changing his major 3 times) with the desire of attaining mind control superpowers. Instead, all he got was the ability to feel, like, the general vibe, and stuff.  He reigned as a mock trial champion, served as a chemistry tutor, and took lots of 3-hour naps. After getting enough rest, he took the LSAT and scored a 173.

Daniel has a deep respect for the LSAT, believing that it genuinely sharpens your reasoning abilities and gives you the ability to pick apart the hopes and dreams of your worst enemies. The key to a good score (and life), in Daniel's opinion, is being honest with yourself. You must accept your weaknesses if you are ever to overcome them.

In his free time, Daniel enjoys feeding stray cats, learning the piano (or trying to), and playing outdated video games. He also enjoys lifting and often resorts to the question "How much do you bench?" in order to establish his dominance.  Despite these qualities, Daniel insists he hasn't lost his soul and claims he has a heart of gold. He hopes his students back him up on that.

09/28/2017
11:45 AM - 12:45 PM

With:
Aaron Cohn

at:
Kalmanovitz 163

LSAT Seminar

Free LSAT Seminar at USF

Phi Alpha Delta and Blueprint are hosting a free LSAT seminar! This event is great way to expand your knowledge of the LSAT, understand the importance of LSAT prep, and much more. This event is open to ALL and everyone who signs in will receive $300 off a Blueprint live class.

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Aaron Cohn

A rare San Francisco native, Aaron manages to get paid in money and beer to play his double bass in establishments both sordid and respectable around the Bay Area.

Aaron majored in Music and minored in What Can I Use this Major for? at Stanford University. He found out the answer when he put his degree to practice by working as a maintenance guy for a private school. After tiring of early mornings and a key ring the size of Calcutta, he turned his attention to helping students with the LSAT. This was after scoring a 180 on his own LSAT, by the way.

Aaron thinks that studying for the LSAT is much like practicing a musical instrument: if you want to be able to do it quickly and accurately, you have to learn to do it slowly and accurately first. The difference is that musical success won't get you into the law school of your dreams. On the other hand, a stellar LSAT score is less likely to bring in groupies.

Aaron grinds the beans for his coffee by hand. For the past eight years, he's brought the same dedication verging on insanity to teaching the LSAT.

10/04/2017
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

With:
Dylan Gadek

at:
ASU - COOR L1-50

LSAT Seminar

Free LSAT Seminar & Law School Admissions Workshop at ASU

The Undergraduate Law Association and Blueprint LSAT Prep are hosting a free workshop about the Law School Admission Test & the admissions process. We'll cover the importance of the test in law school admissions, scoring, sample problems, the correlation of LSAT score and future salary, and much more! This is a great opportunity for students at all points in their college career to start thinking about how to prepare to apply to law school.

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Dylan Gadek

Dylan has worked as a used car salesman, an online poker pro and for the past six years as an LSAT instructor. While his affection for selling '92 Cabriolets and losing money on the river card has waned, his love for teaching continues.

Dylan was an undergraduate at Yale, where he spent time debating and developing an affection for Cheetohs. In between washing orange dust off his hands, he became the second person ever to be both a national debate champion and North American debate champion in 2007, and the only American undergrad to win Cambridge University's invitational tournament. The latter allowed him take part in the quintessential American activity: beating the British.

Dylan believes strongly that his philosophy degree and his LSAT score of 178 should be only partially wasted, and so emphasizes understanding the logical structures on the LSAT. He'll also teach you the importance of understanding why the incorrect answers are incorrect, as well as the role Cheetohs can play in a well-crafted study plan.

In addition to helping you get a great LSAT score, Dylan knows where you can get a good price on a 2005 Spectra.

10/05/2017
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

With:
Sarah Pratter

at:
12001 Chalon Road, Los Angeles, CA 90049

Law/Grad School Fair

Stop by Our Table at the Mount Saint Mary's Grad School Fair!

Stop by the Blueprint LSAT table on Thursday, 10/5 and save $200 on any classroom course!

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Sarah Pratter

As a Hoosier – that’s a native Indianan, for those of you who missed the movie classic of the same name – Sarah enjoys Big Ten b-ball, foods in casserole form, and John Cougar Mellencamp. Or is it John Cougar? John Mellencamp? Whatever, the Jack and Diane guy!

After leaving the bucolic bliss of Bloomington, IN, Sarah attended New York University and the University of Michigan Law School. Before moving to LA in order to be closer to Disneyland, she was a practicing attorney in Chicago. Most of her pre-Blueprint teaching experience came from a brief stint teaching kindergarten, and extensive nannying to pay for her online shopping habit. As a result, she has nearly endless patience and is liable to fly into class on a magical umbrella. 

Once she lands in the classroom, Sarah wants studying for the LSAT to be fun. Instead of a spoonful of sugar, she offers personal anecdotes, jokes (some good, some terrible), and a sense that anything is possible – except a score of 181 or above. Both in and out of the classroom, Sarah is happy to discuss the LSAT philosophy that helped her get a 171. In exchange, she hopes that you will help her figure out how the freeways work out here. 

If she’s got her headphones in, Sarah is probably listening to one of the Harry Potter audiobooks. Please interrupt her; she has heard them all many times before. 

10/05/2017
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM

With:
Daniel Gonzalez

at:
FIU - RB 120

LSAT Seminar

Free LSAT Seminar at FIU

Phi Alpha Delta and Blueprint are hosting a free LSAT seminar! This event is great way to expand your knowledge of the LSAT, understand the importance of LSAT prep, and much more! This event is open to ALL and everyone who signs in will receive $300 off a Blueprint live class.

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Daniel Gonzalez

Growing up in a fiery and ruthless Cuban household, Daniel learned that successfully arguing was the only way to earn his mother's love. The perfect foundation was set for aspirations of becoming a bloodthirsty lawyer. 

Daniel graduated from the University of Florida with a major in Psychology (after changing his major 3 times) with the desire of attaining mind control superpowers. Instead, all he got was the ability to feel, like, the general vibe, and stuff.  He reigned as a mock trial champion, served as a chemistry tutor, and took lots of 3-hour naps. After getting enough rest, he took the LSAT and scored a 173.

Daniel has a deep respect for the LSAT, believing that it genuinely sharpens your reasoning abilities and gives you the ability to pick apart the hopes and dreams of your worst enemies. The key to a good score (and life), in Daniel's opinion, is being honest with yourself. You must accept your weaknesses if you are ever to overcome them.

In his free time, Daniel enjoys feeding stray cats, learning the piano (or trying to), and playing outdated video games. He also enjoys lifting and often resorts to the question "How much do you bench?" in order to establish his dominance.  Despite these qualities, Daniel insists he hasn't lost his soul and claims he has a heart of gold. He hopes his students back him up on that.

10/09/2017
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

With:
Jacqueline Uranga

at:
Wheeler 102

LSAT Seminar

Free LSAT Seminar at UC Berkeley

Sigma Alpha Nu and Blueprint are hosting a free LSAT seminar! This event is great way to expand your knowledge of the LSAT, understand the importance of LSAT prep, and much more! This event is open to ALL and everyone who signs in will receive $300 off a Blueprint live class.

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Jacqueline Uranga

When she's not focused on the LSAT, Jacqueline is taking care of a zoo's worth of pets, including a 150 -pound tortoise named Speedy. Jacqueline studied American Government and American History at Bowdoin College in Maine, so take her to your next patriotic trivia night. 

Jacqueline has some unconventional teaching experiences under her belt. She can teach you to swim without arm floaties, mentor you through negotiating your first union contract, or teach you to kick butt (did we mention she has a black belt from training in tae kwon do, Krav Maga and jiu jitsu?). But most of all, armed with her LSAT score of 174, she can teach you how to defeat the LSAT. 

As with all of Jacqueline's teaching, she believes that most of the challenges from the LSAT are mental (and the rest come from the shrewd gremlins at the LSAC). With her positive attitude and dry humor, she will show you that you absolutely can master the LSAT, and love it, when you put the right work into your studies. As Speedy would say, "slow and steady wins the race, but you must take your practice tests under accurate timed conditions."

Jacqueline is an East Bay Area native (just don't ask her to help you get around without GPS-directions are her kryptonite).

LSAT Seminar

Free LSAT Seminar at Columbia

PSSA and Blueprint are hosting a free LSAT seminar! This event is great way to expand your knowledge of the LSAT, understand the importance of LSAT prep, and much more! This event is open to ALL and everyone who signs in will receive $300 off a Blueprint live class.

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Brett Donaldson

Brett is proud to say that he can now definitely cook eleven different meals — a huge improvement from his previous record of three (grilled cheese, scrambled eggs, and Bagel Bites.) Additionally, Brett makes his bed every single day and occasionally buys flowers for his apartment just because. All in all, Brett is a World Champion at Being An Adult. 

Brett moved to New York City from Houston, Texas, the home of Hilary Duff, Beyonce, and Enron. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa (if that’s still a thing) from UCLA and has spent the last three years calling himself an actor, in order to justify his addiction to television and to claim movie ticket stubs as tax deductions. Brett recently transitioned to Full-On-Nerd and received a 172 on his LSAT by practicing a ton, because he thought it sounded like the most fun thing to do on a Saturday night. 

Brett’s teaching style revolves around his life philosophy that one can (and should) be a total idiot and an actual genius simultaneously. He believes that the LSAT can honestly be a lot of fun if you spend less time stressing about how confused you are, and more time laughing about how ridiculous it is that half of your admission into law school depends on how well you can place seven clowns named A, B, C, D, X, Y and Z into a line.

LSAT Seminar

Free LSAT Seminar & Law School Admissions Workshop at SFSU

The SFSU Legal Resource Center and Blueprint LSAT Prep are hosting a free workshop about the Law School Admission Test & the admissions process. We'll cover the importance of the test in law school admissions, scoring, sample problems, the correlation of LSAT score and future salary, and much more! This is a great opportunity for students at all points in their college career to start thinking about how to prepare to apply to law school.

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Aaron Cohn

A rare San Francisco native, Aaron manages to get paid in money and beer to play his double bass in establishments both sordid and respectable around the Bay Area.

Aaron majored in Music and minored in What Can I Use this Major for? at Stanford University. He found out the answer when he put his degree to practice by working as a maintenance guy for a private school. After tiring of early mornings and a key ring the size of Calcutta, he turned his attention to helping students with the LSAT. This was after scoring a 180 on his own LSAT, by the way.

Aaron thinks that studying for the LSAT is much like practicing a musical instrument: if you want to be able to do it quickly and accurately, you have to learn to do it slowly and accurately first. The difference is that musical success won't get you into the law school of your dreams. On the other hand, a stellar LSAT score is less likely to bring in groupies.

Aaron grinds the beans for his coffee by hand. For the past eight years, he's brought the same dedication verging on insanity to teaching the LSAT.

10/11/2017
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

With:
Joe Pileri

at:
Room TBD

Application Seminar

Free Law School Admissions Workshop at UPenn

Phi Alpha Delta and Blueprint are hosting a free Law School Admissions Workshop! Join us as our expert LSAT instructor Joe Pileri walks us through the law school admissions process. This event is open to ALL and everyone who signs in will receive $300 off a Blueprint live class or $50 off the first month of the online course.

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Joe Pileri

Joe has met two US Presidents, a future King of England, and the Dalai Lama. Fun fact: the Dalai Lama has never seen Caddy Shack.

After graduating from UCLA with a degree in political science, Joe did what all poli-sci majors do and lived in his parents' basement decided to go to law school. He took a Blueprint class, scored a 176 and got his JD from Harvard (we're so proud!). After a stint as a corporate attorney, Joe decided that making money was too much fun and currently works as a public interest attorney.

Joe's teaching philosophy can be traced to his roots in Buffalo, NY. If you weren't paying attention to the NFL in the early 90s, the Bills lost four (four!) Super Bowls in a row. Joe clings to the fact that past actions can't predict future actions (temporal fallacy, people) and uses similar examples to help students analyze arguments on the LSAT.

10/11/2017
9:00 PM - 10:00 PM

With:
Kyran McCann

at:
SCC Multipurpose Room

LSAT Seminar

Free LSAT Seminar at UC Davis

Alpha Kappa Psi and Blueprint are hosting a free LSAT seminar! This event is great way to expand your knowledge of the LSAT, understand the importance of LSAT prep, and much more. This event is open to ALL and everyone who signs in will receive $300 off a Blueprint live class.

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Kyran McCann

Kyran grew up surrounded by musical theatre, but is tragically equipped with the singing voice of a tortured cat. She also tried learning guitar, but she can still only play a simple version of “Auld Lang Syne” – which she proudly busts out every New Year’s Eve.


As the daughter of a biology teacher and a chemical safety engineer, Kyran always felt that a STEM major was the obvious choice. So she went to Mills College and double majored in English Literature and Political, Legal, and Economic Analysis instead. After college she started working on political campaigns as an excuse to drive all over the country visiting the sites of famous ghost stories. After 5 years and 9 apartments, she decided enough was enough and scored a 171 on the LSAT.

Three months basking in the glow of the LSAT made her realize she actually loved the test and all of its kooky, animal-related arguments. She strives to help her students develop that same affection by creating a welcoming classroom full of humor and compassion. She sees the LSAT as one big puzzle, and believes that once you figure out what the pieces look like, anyone can learn to put them together.

10/12/2017
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

With:
Brett Donaldson

at:
NYU - Stern Building, UC-19

Logic Games Seminar

Free LSAT Logic Games Workshop at NYU

Stern Business & Law and Blueprint LSAT Prep will be hosting a free workshop on the most intimidating section of the Law School Admission Test: Logic Games. Blueprint's LSAT expert Brett Donaldson will introduce some key techniques for tackling questions and different ways to approach the Law School Admission Test! Everyone who attends this event will qualify for a $300 discount off the classroom course!

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Brett Donaldson

Brett is proud to say that he can now definitely cook eleven different meals — a huge improvement from his previous record of three (grilled cheese, scrambled eggs, and Bagel Bites.) Additionally, Brett makes his bed every single day and occasionally buys flowers for his apartment just because. All in all, Brett is a World Champion at Being An Adult. 

Brett moved to New York City from Houston, Texas, the home of Hilary Duff, Beyonce, and Enron. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa (if that’s still a thing) from UCLA and has spent the last three years calling himself an actor, in order to justify his addiction to television and to claim movie ticket stubs as tax deductions. Brett recently transitioned to Full-On-Nerd and received a 172 on his LSAT by practicing a ton, because he thought it sounded like the most fun thing to do on a Saturday night. 

Brett’s teaching style revolves around his life philosophy that one can (and should) be a total idiot and an actual genius simultaneously. He believes that the LSAT can honestly be a lot of fun if you spend less time stressing about how confused you are, and more time laughing about how ridiculous it is that half of your admission into law school depends on how well you can place seven clowns named A, B, C, D, X, Y and Z into a line.

10/14/2017
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

With:
Robert Seaney

at:
SCI-E211

Practice LSAT

Free Practice LSAT at Wellesley College

Planning to take the LSAT? Then join the Pre-Law Society and Blueprint on Saturday, October 14th, as we provide you with the most authentic practice LSAT environment in the biz! Come see if you got what it takes and earn $300 off a classroom course!

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Robert Seaney

Robert was all set to head straight from undergrad to law school until he took a class on hedonistic philosophy. Realizing that Epicurus was on to something with the whole "avoidance of pain" schtick, he decided to give Blueprint a call.

Robert has, in fact, found teaching the LSAT to be marginally more sufferable. His experiences in debate -- both as instructor and competitor -- make Flaw questions easy as pie, and his Sunday mornings with Oma and the Times make Logic Games simpler than sudoku. While a UC Berkeley Philosophy degree and 174 LSAT pretty much demand he go the law school route at some point, Robert has interests in journalism, music, and home brewing Imperial IPAs that his cushy gig at Blueprint allows him to pursue for the time being.

Robert truly believes that with sincere dedication to the material, and willful adherence to the Blueprint Method, everyone can score great on the LSAT. He aims to make his classes every bit as enjoyable as they are educational, and he tentatively guarantees that at least two out of every five of his jokes will be funny.

Now let's go get that 180.

10/16/2017
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

With:
Joe Pileri

at:
SMPA 309

Application Seminar

Free Law School Admissions Workshop at GW

The Pre-Law Student Association and Blueprint are hosting a free Law School Admissions Workshop! Join us as our expert LSAT instructor Joe Pileri walks us through the law school admissions process. This event is open to ALL and everyone who signs in will receive $300 off a Blueprint live class.

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Joe Pileri

Joe has met two US Presidents, a future King of England, and the Dalai Lama. Fun fact: the Dalai Lama has never seen Caddy Shack.

After graduating from UCLA with a degree in political science, Joe did what all poli-sci majors do and lived in his parents' basement decided to go to law school. He took a Blueprint class, scored a 176 and got his JD from Harvard (we're so proud!). After a stint as a corporate attorney, Joe decided that making money was too much fun and currently works as a public interest attorney.

Joe's teaching philosophy can be traced to his roots in Buffalo, NY. If you weren't paying attention to the NFL in the early 90s, the Bills lost four (four!) Super Bowls in a row. Joe clings to the fact that past actions can't predict future actions (temporal fallacy, people) and uses similar examples to help students analyze arguments on the LSAT.

Law/Grad School Fair

Stop By Our Table at the Brandeis University Law School Reception

Stop by the Blueprint LSAT table on Monday, 10/16 and save $200 on any classroom course!

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Robert Seaney

Robert was all set to head straight from undergrad to law school until he took a class on hedonistic philosophy. Realizing that Epicurus was on to something with the whole "avoidance of pain" schtick, he decided to give Blueprint a call.

Robert has, in fact, found teaching the LSAT to be marginally more sufferable. His experiences in debate -- both as instructor and competitor -- make Flaw questions easy as pie, and his Sunday mornings with Oma and the Times make Logic Games simpler than sudoku. While a UC Berkeley Philosophy degree and 174 LSAT pretty much demand he go the law school route at some point, Robert has interests in journalism, music, and home brewing Imperial IPAs that his cushy gig at Blueprint allows him to pursue for the time being.

Robert truly believes that with sincere dedication to the material, and willful adherence to the Blueprint Method, everyone can score great on the LSAT. He aims to make his classes every bit as enjoyable as they are educational, and he tentatively guarantees that at least two out of every five of his jokes will be funny.

Now let's go get that 180.

10/18/2017
10:30 AM - 2:30 PM

With:
Alexander Nabavi-Noori

at:
UCSD Library Walk

Stop By Our Table at the UCSD Graduate & Professional School Fair

Stop by the Blueprint LSAT table on Wednesday, 10/18 and save $200 on any classroom course!

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Alexander Nabavi-Noori

Alexander grew up in Palm Springs, CA—the land of Canadian tourists, spring breakers, and face-melting heatwaves. After a brief stint between the ages of 8 and 18 where he thought he would be an engineer, his high school English teacher convinced him he’d be a better lawyer (debatable).

Three weeks after arriving at UCLA, Alexander changed his major from Electrical Engineering to Political Science and Economics, being quoted as saying “Math is gross, get me out of here.” After spending four months in isolation studying for the LSAT and driving all of his friends and family crazy, he scored a 174. 

In the classroom, Alexander likes to make everything, even the LSAT, seem interesting and fun for his students and encourages everyone to feel confident that they can succeed while keeping things light-hearted with a mixture of self-deprecating jokes and corny one-liners. He firmly believes that mastering the LSAT is like becoming a good public speaker: imagining LSAC in their underwear as they write questions about how many different ways Fritz, Gina, Helen, and Jerry can carpool to work together.

When he’s not thinking about the LSAT, Alexander likes to spend his time in coffee shops or Barnes and Noble bookstores reading newspapers, sipping coffee, and ruminating on what it means to be a millennial.

10/19/2017
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

With:
Brett Donaldson

at:
Atrium (New Building) 524 West 59th Street

Law/Grad School Fair

Stop by Our Table at the John Jay 2017 Graduate & Professional School Fair!

Stop by the Blueprint LSAT table on Thursday, 10/19 and save $200 on any classroom course!

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Brett Donaldson

Brett is proud to say that he can now definitely cook eleven different meals — a huge improvement from his previous record of three (grilled cheese, scrambled eggs, and Bagel Bites.) Additionally, Brett makes his bed every single day and occasionally buys flowers for his apartment just because. All in all, Brett is a World Champion at Being An Adult. 

Brett moved to New York City from Houston, Texas, the home of Hilary Duff, Beyonce, and Enron. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa (if that’s still a thing) from UCLA and has spent the last three years calling himself an actor, in order to justify his addiction to television and to claim movie ticket stubs as tax deductions. Brett recently transitioned to Full-On-Nerd and received a 172 on his LSAT by practicing a ton, because he thought it sounded like the most fun thing to do on a Saturday night. 

Brett’s teaching style revolves around his life philosophy that one can (and should) be a total idiot and an actual genius simultaneously. He believes that the LSAT can honestly be a lot of fun if you spend less time stressing about how confused you are, and more time laughing about how ridiculous it is that half of your admission into law school depends on how well you can place seven clowns named A, B, C, D, X, Y and Z into a line.

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