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Matt Riley’s October 2011 LSAT Predictions (With Parakeets!)

It’s time for another look into the crystal ball of logic. There’s an LSAT going down in roughly 48 hours. I have a bad habit of making predictions about impending LSAT administrations, so I figured I would give it another shot.

I have been making predictions for a couple years, with surprising accuracy. It all got really out of hand with what has been coined the “honeybee debacle.” In the middle of one of my old LSAT blog posts (one of my favorites, by the way), I made a joke about honeybees coming up during a Reading Comp passage. And then, right near the end of the third passage, what did we see? Freaking honeybees. Weird.

So here we go:

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Predictions for the Impending June LSAT

So here we are again – three days out from the June LSAT. Stress abounds, rumors spread like wildfire, and personal hygiene has all but been abandoned. Of course, this also means that it is time for me to make some predictions. Wouldn’t it be great to know what form the ugly beast was going

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Predictions for the October LSAT

I learned a couple important things this week.  First, in my constant quest to keep up with the slang used by the students in my class, I was instructed that it is a very bad thing to “spill your haterade”.  Or it might have been bad to pour it on someone.  But either way, you have to be careful with haterade.  (Thanks, Wu-Tang.)

Second, and more important for our discussion here, I learned yet again that LSAT students are very interested in figuring out what is going to be tested on the LSAT before they actually take the test.  There is no empirical way to discern exactly what is going to be tested (otherwise I would own a small island in the Caribbean by now), but the issue warrants some conversation nonetheless.