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Best of Luck From Your Friends at Blueprint!

This is it!

You’ve put in a whole lot of hours (76 hours of lessons, another 24 hours of practice exams, plus countless hours of homework and extra practice), you’ve laughed and maybe cried, you’ve felt the frustration of a disappointing practice exam score and the elation of a substantial improvement. And now — a mere 24 hours from the writing of this post — you’ll be facing your greatest challenge of your young life thus far: The Law School Admission Test.


The Perfect LSAT Snack

LSAT test day is almost upon us, and it’s time to turn your thoughts to the single most important part of the LSAT, something you’ve been practicing for your whole life. That’s right – it’s finally time to discuss the snack.
For all that LSAC gives exhaustive guidelines about what can and cannot be in your gallon-sized Ziploc bag (Erasers? Sure! Erasers with sleeves? No way!), they don’t have much to say on the subject of your mid-test snack. Your beverage has to be in a plastic container or juice box and can’t be bigger than 20 ounces (so kiss that can of Red Bull goodbye), but that’s about all the guidance you get.

Logical Reasonings / 9.22.16

A. Okay, not going to make any jokes here. Just gonna give you the headline: Kim Kardashian wants to go to law school. The Daily Caller

B. A law professor in Utah thinks Trump could be impeached before Inauguration Day over Trump University. The Daily Kos

C. A white police officer on the Tulsa, Oklahoma police force who shot a black man while he had his hands up has been charged with manslaughter. Fusion

D. The most surprising thing about the hacking of 500 million Yahoo! accounts is the fact that there were 500 million Yahoo! accounts. Was Wells Fargo opening fake accounts here too? C|Net

E. Legislators on both sides of the aisle tore Pharma Sis (CEO of Mylan Pharmaceuticals, owner the EpiPen Patent) a new one. Reuters

Logical Reasonings / 9.21.16

A. The People v. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story stormed the Emmy’s. So what’s Juice up to? The Los Angeles Times

B. More vital information on Brangelexit. E!

C. Savannah Law School is maybe better than you think. Yes, there is such a place! Above the Law

D. Democrats hijacked an attempt by Congressional Republicans to impeach the commissioner of the IRS in order to bash Trump over his refusal to release his taxes. Huffington Post

E. As far as movies go, Summer 2016 suuuuuuuuccckkked. Rolling Stone