Category Archive: How Would They Have Scored on the LSAT?

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How Would They Have Scored on the LSAT: Rio 2016 Edition

Despite the fame of the Olympics, it’s important to recall its history as an amateur sport. Even today, the vast majority of Olympians can’t rely simply on their professional careers or their Wheaties endorsements to sustain their livelihood, much less to finance their training and competing. And so, naturally, they turn to legal careers. And

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How Would They Have Scored: Captain America: Civil War

By the time this article is published, it’ll surely be outdated. Another superhero movie will have come along and captivated the tiny Jason Bey-Humunculus in all of us; in fact, I’ll consider myself lucky if I get this out before said sequel goes to DVD.

But today, while it’s still relevant, it is imperative that we consider – nay, interrogate – one controversial element of the most recent installment of the Marvel franchise.

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How Would They Have Scored on the LSAT: American Idol Series Finale Edition

While the media is abuzz with the series finale of American Idol, we here at Blueprint remain hung-up on a decidedly nerdier aspect of the show: how’d the AI titans perform on the LSAT? We’ve dug deep, and report our findings below.

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Well it looks like soon you’ll be able to enjoy a snack attack right where you have your Zack Attacks, because a Saved by the Bell-themed restaurant will be serving up A.C. Sliders in Chicago later this year. Further face-palm-worthy puns will surely abound.

But the real question, as you take your brief – brief, I say! – break from your LSAT studies, is what each of these characters would have looked like had they pursued a legal career. What field would they work in? Where would they go to school?

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What Would ‘Always Sunny’ Characters Get on the LSAT?

For this installment, let’s talk about It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, the beloved and depraved FX sitcom following a rag-tag group of ignorant, self-absorbed, morally bankrupt bar owners in the City of Brotherly Love.

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What Would ‘Seinfeld’ Characters Get on the LSAT?

It’s time for the latest installment of What Would They Score on the LSAT, the Peabody-winning* series in which we speculate on what scores your favorite celebrities and fictional characters would get if they took the LSAT.

Today, I’d like to open up the vault and go back to a television classic: Seinfeld, the show about nothing. Seinfeld follows the wacky antics of four amoral New Yorkers – Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer. But then, if you don’t know that, Jerry might have a thing or two to say to you, because Seinfeld was the #1 show for 41 years* and has had a huge influence on television ever since.

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How Would Presidents Have Scored on the LSAT?

Here’s a post-President’s Day fact for you: did you know that twenty six of our nation’s Commanders-In-Chief were lawyers before they were elected?

It’s no surprise that our radically litigious nation would elect so many lawyers to the highest office of the land. But prior to King Obama’s ascendance, Bill Clinton’s debauchery, or William Howard Taft’s Supreme Court appointment, each was a hand-wringing, anxious law school applicant. Just like you.

How did each of these Presidents fare on their LSATs? In most cases it’s hard to say, in part because the LSAT has only existed in its current form since 1991. However, armed with Google and a bit of reckless speculation, we can make some semi-educated guesses as to how they’d have performed.

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What Would They Score on the LSAT: Spider-Man Edition

If you’ve seen the posters for The Amazing Spider-Man 2, then you may have read the tagline: “His Greatest Battle Begins.” Spoiler alert: Spidey’s battle is not the June LSAT.

But, and I know we’re on the same page here, what if it was? Surely the Law School Admission Test is as formidable an opponent as a Blue Man Group-styled Jaime Foxx. So let’s suspend our disbelief, like an audience pretending a 30-year-old Andrew Garfield is a high school student, and imagine the cast of characters from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is going to take the LSAT. How would they do? And why?

In my particular order, here are the results:

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And the LSAT Scores of This Year’s Oscar Nominees Are…

The Oscars are this weekend, and we here at Blueprint LSAT Prep know you’re probably obsessing about your February LSAT score. Maybe it’s time you take a break, check out some of this year’s nominated films, then obsesses over how well these actors would do if they sat for the exam as the characters they portrayed in their Academy Award-nominated roles.

Wait, what? That last sentence was really long and that’s super random and you don’t have time for that? Well, that’s okay, we got super random and did the work for you!

In no particular order, here are this year’s Oscar nominees and our LSAT score predictions:

Actor: Matthew McConaughey as Ron Woodroof in Dallas Buyers Club

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Which U.S. Presidents Would’ve Earned a 174+ LSAT Score?

I have a carny’s talent: I can predict a person’s LSAT score after the briefest of encounters. I once saw the Baldwin brothers at an In-N-Out Burger. Alec Baldwin is a 170, and Stephen is a 126.

So, in honor of Presidents’ Day—that great American holiday designed to keep us from taking a day off for each of our great presidents—I bring you my rundown of the top presidential LSAT scores.

The Presidential 174+ LSAT Score Club

A 174 LSAT score puts you above the median at every law school. It’s the stuff of dreams, and nightmares. Here are the presidents who would have made it into this exclusive club: