Kim Kardashian’s backside has changed a lot over the years. Like your LSAT skills, it started small and simple. But just as your LSAT knowledge will eventually grow to be large and well-rounded, Kim’s buns have transformed into the internet-breaking phenomenon we all know and… well, maybe not love, so let’s just stick with “know.”
Believe it or not, that’s not the only thing we can learn about LSAT prep from Kim’s well-oiled globular assets.
There Will Be Ups and Downs
Kim’s bon-bon didn’t make a smooth progression to Sir Mix-a-Lot approval. There were plenty of ups and downs along the way, as Kim shaped her badonk into its current shelf-like architecture.
Your LSAT prep may go through similar ups and downs, but just like our girl Kim, your LSAT muscles should inescapably trend towards bigger and better.
Hard Work Makes All The Difference
People will try to tell you that Kim was born with her caboose. And they’ll be right to a certain extent. But Kim took the can-her-mama-gave-her and brought it to the gym, where she squatted, lunged, and deadlifted her way to a round, sculpted set of whoopie-cakes.
Like Kim’s buttocks, your Logical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension skills can be molded and shaped into the kinds of things you’d be happy to oil up and show off on camera (metaphorically speaking).
You’ll Have Competing Responsibilities
Sure, Kim would love to spend all her time lavishing attention on her moneymaker. But she also wanted to become a mother, so she temporarily sacrificed her tush to give birth to North West.
You probably have family and work responsibilities that are competing with the LSAT for your attention and time. Do what you have to do, but get back to studying as soon as you can. If Kim can split her attention between her baby, her butt and Kanye’s ego, you can figure out a way to fit the LSAT into your life. You may need to spend a few more months studying than someone who only has the LSAT to worry about, but don’t worry, it’s the finished product that matters.
You’ll Have Haters
It turns out that those “unphotoshopped” images of Kim’s keister going around the internet are, in fact, fakes. But a lot of people were quick to believe they were real. Those people are haters – they had preconceived notions about what the junk in Kim’s trunk should really look like.
In the midst of your LSAT prep, you might find some haters and doubters, too. They’ll tell you that you just aren’t good at standardized tests, or that the way you think isn’t right for the LSAT. They’re all wrong. You just go ahead and plow into your LSAT prep. Don’t pay the haters any attention.
Hopefully you now feel completely inspired by the Kardashibutt. But if your prep is still getting you down, remember: Kim’s rump wasn’t built in a day. Neither is your LSAT score.