So here we are again – three days out from the June LSAT. Stress abounds, rumors spread like wildfire, and personal hygiene has all but been abandoned. Of course, this also means that it is time for me to make some predictions. Wouldn’t it be great to know what form the ugly beast was going
While working through a particularly difficult slew of questions with my lovely class the other night, I noticed a few things. First, nothing gets a crowd pumped like a discussion of fractal geometry. Second, and more pertinent to our discussion here, students have a hard time knowing when they should question the truth of different claims made on the LSAT.
After some spirited discussion intertwined with some personal insults, we came around to one big distinction. There are facts, and then there is everything else.