Caption Contest: Win a Free Copy of Ann Levine’s New Book

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Law school expert Ann Levine has released the second edition of her fantastic pre-law book, The Law School Admission Game. As if the first edition weren’t insightful enough, Levine has returned with an updated and expanded version of the Amazon best-seller she first released in 2009.
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Due to the changing law school admissions landscape, Levine has updated the book’s chapters on personal statements, optional essays, explaining your weaknesses, and even LSAT prep. The book also includes expanded information on résumés and addenda. Luckily, select contributions from Blueprint LSAT Prep in the first edition made it to the second edition. There’s even the following quote from Blueprint LSAT Prep co-founder Matt Riley splashed right on the cover:

“A refreshingly straightforward take on the best way to apply to law school from an admissions insider.”

The second edition of The Law School Admission Game is a must-have for any law school applicant, and wouldn’t you know it, we’ve got a few copies to give away.

In the comments below, write a witty caption for the photo above (the pilots, not the book cover). We’ll pick five lucky winners to receive a free copy of the book and announce them next Tuesday, June 25. Keep the comments unoffensive and funny. If you can tie it to the LSAT or law school admissions, you’re chances of winning are much higher. Here’s an example of a caption contest we’ve run in the past, to give you an idea.

Good luck! But even if you don’t win, you can still buy The Law School Admission Game on Amazon.

16 Responses

  1. Mario says:

    Rookie Pilot 1: Ummmm I think we have a slight issue. We kind of forgot to bring our steering wheels.
    Rookie Pilot 2: Ohhhh…Yeaaaa…steering wheels. We need those. This kind of reminds me of that time we prepared for months to take the LSAT and forgot to bring a pencil the day of the exam.

  2. Christopher carroll says:

    I swore there were more passengers on board.

  3. Al says:

    Pilot: How’d I get stuck with you as co-pilot?
    Co-Pilot: I had to co-pilot sometime before Rob and immediately after Jim. This was the only cockpit available, so pipe down.

  4. Annabelle says:

    “Wait, but if I’m flying plane 3, isn’t Caroline supposed to be my copilot?”

  5. Erick says:

    Pilot 1: Was a steering wheel necessary to fly a plane, or was it sufficient?

    Co Pilot: judging by our current predicament, I’d say necessary!

  6. Catherine H. says:

    Pilot 1: Man, I have no idea where I am going. I hope this is right.
    Co- Pilot: Oh dear, I regret not reading “The Law School Admission Game” So I could be in law school instead of being stuck here with you.

  7. Shawn says:

    You see flying planes is just like taking the LSAT, it’s a timed exam. You simply don’t take restroom breaks during, ever.

  8. Mary Kate says:

    Pilot 1: Hey, did you hear the latest gossip about the Kardashians?
    Pilot 2: No, I didn’t! Tell me more! But you should probably keep your eyes on where we’re going, we’re headed for the lake!

  9. KRISTINE C. says:

    Is a plane engine and a co-pilot any different?

    Well, one stops whining at the end of the trip.

  10. Sophia says:

    Pilot 1: It seems they replaced the security password with a complex ordering logic game.
    Pilot 1: Wait! Not all hope is lost. We seem to have an option of a dense and dull reading comprehension passage as well.
    Pilot 2: Emergency landing seems like our only option.

  11. Grayson says:

    Pilot 1: Do you know how to fly one of these?

    Pilot 2: Listen Dave, I got a perfect score on my logic games section. Figuring out how to fly this will be a cake walk.

  12. Ryan S says:

    Pilot: “In order to stabilize the aircraft, we have to pull the blue levers”
    Co-Pilot: “Right. The aircraft won’t stabilize if we don’t pull the blue levers”
    Pilot: “Hmmmm I’m not sure about that…are you positive?”
    Co-Pilot: “I’m not just positive. I’m contrapositive”

  13. Roger says:

    Let’s see, it says here we can’t go to Chicago or Vancouver, which leaves us with only Hilo. But only one of us can go to Hilo…

  14. Adam says:

    But I thought the conditions said no two pilots can fly the same plane during the same time slot?

  15. Danny says:

    In meme format…

    Top line: Set coordinates for North West
    Bottom line: Kim and Kanye’s baby still no where in sight

  16. Christian says:

    Pilot 1: Ya smell that, Jim?

    Pilot 2: Smell whaa- Jesus, Kip, this thing is airtight! What the heck is wrong with you?!?

    Pilot 1: That, my friend, is the smell of eating nothing but Doritos, coffee and Very Berry Starbursts during three months straight of Blueprint LSAT prep.

    Pilot 2: … Shinners recommends gator meat.

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