Tag Archive: Social

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Taking Time Off Before Law School

In the last four months, I have been to three volcanoes, five rainforests, seven beaches and a white-water river. I have almost been mugged, watched a turtle lay its eggs on the beach in the middle of the night (sort of like a majestic bowel movement) and visited one of the world’s largest collections of

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Top 10 New Year’s LSAT Resolutions

It’s the first day of 2010, which means it’s time to make resolutions! Here’s our top ten for the LSAT: 10. Deeply regret that dinosaurs, and various theories of their extinction, ever existed. 9. Contemplate purchase of Kim Kardashian’s Guide to LSAT 180. 8. Get new fingerprints for LSAT testing site so criminal record from

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2009: End of the Year LSAT Review

It has been a very eventful year.

The United States swore in our first black President.  The King of Pop kicked the can.  We finally achieved health care reform… sorta.  We started to bounce back from the recession… kinda.  A Tiger became a cheetah.  And the Yankees won another World Series.

Well, all of that is well and good, but it has been an equally eventful year for those of us in the LSAT world.  And I would like to take this opportunity to take a stroll down memory lane.  Some highlights…


Merry Christmas from MSS!

Trent, Matt, Colin, Dixie, and the rest of the MSS staff would like to wish you all a very merry Christmas. Hopefully, this year Santa will be able to deliver good LSAT scores and letters of acceptance at top ten law schools to all the good little boys and girls. And if you’ve been naughty,

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MSS Mashup: LSAT Cancellation Deadline vs. The Start of Hanukkah

Happy Friday MSSers! Today, December 11, is quite an eventful day. In addition to being the 345th day of the year and the date Honoratus took office in Constantinople, it also marks this year’s LSAT score cancellation deadline as well as the start of Hanukkah. To commemorate this momentous day, we’re doing our first ever

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Law School Competition (and Libidos) Heat Up

So as we quickly approach our two-month anniversary as law students, there have been some changes comin’ round.  Up until now, I’ve been pleasantly surprised at how casual and noncompetitive the atmosphere at school has been.  No, seriously, and I have a pretty sensitive “Unnecessary Ridiculousness” meter, so I would be the first to notice