Many of you are probably stressed out about your imminent LSAT exam, and I understand. But rather than focus on the negative, I’m going to get in the Thanksgiving spirit and talk about the aspects of the LSAT for which I am grateful.
(I had a really difficult time cutting this list down, so bear with me if your favorite parts of the test aren’t included on here </sarcasm>.)
1. The Writing Sample
Including the writing sample at the end of the LSAT is downright sadistic. After what, for many, is the most intellectually grueling and stressful experiences of their lives, students are asked to spend an extra half hour handwriting an answer to a ridiculous prompt, which may or may not ever actually get read by admission officers. (I know, I should tell you how I REALLY feel…)