Logical Reasonings / 8.19.16

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B. More bad news for former Clinton bete noir, Kenneth Starr. After being demoted from President and Chancellor to lowly law professor as punishment for indifferent and inept handling of campus sex assaults, Starr is now out entirely. The Houston Chronicle

C. Some restaurant patrons — presumably citizens — wrote on the tip line of their bill “We only tip citizens.” Not that it matters, but their server was born and raised in the good ol’ US of A. Mediaite

D. Florida — America’s painful hanging chad — is a now the subject of a CDC travel advisory in the ongoing Zika saga. CNN

E. What does a lady wish for on her 105th birthday? Why, a fireman with tattoos of course. Hubba hubba. Bored Panda

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Logical Reasonings / 8.18.16

A. The employment numbers are in for 2015 law school grads. Not a lot of news, because the numbers are pretty flat. The New York Times

B. US News & World Report insists that the LSAT does indeed test some real world knowledge. US News & World Report

C. The strange story of the alleged robbery of American athletes is getting weirder by the minute. CNN

D. What could be better than Lin Manuel Miranda talking about history? Lin Manuel Miranda talking about history when he’s plastered. Fansided

E. A picture of a young Syrian boy who survived an airstrike has gone viral, forcing those in this country to pay attention to that war torn nation. Mediaite

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The most important word in “practice exam” is “practice.”

Getting LSAT questions right feels good. Getting them wrong feels bad. Getting a whole bunch right on a practice exam and seeing your score skyrocket feels amazing. Seeing your score stagnate — or worse — feels really crummy.

For many Blueprint students, here comes Practice Exam 2.