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LSAT Test Day Horror Stories

Over the years, I’ve had lots of experience with the LSAT. It’s been an uncomfortably large part of my life, even. As prep for the October LSAT really gets into swing, here are some true stories about what you’re all looking forward to: LSAT test day. Make of them what you will.

1. What does it mean to pass the LSAT?

Our first story comes from one of my own experiences taking the LSAT. After keeping us outside for an hour waiting for a fax from LSAC that never came, the proctors finally seated us in a big law school lecture hall. While going through the test day instructions, one proctor repeatedly said that they were being strict only because they needed to follow the rules, and “we really hope you all pass.” Again and again, “we really hope you pass,” while every single test taker in the room pulled an eye muscle from rolling them too hard.

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Logical Reasonings / 6.9.15

A) Want some laughs? Check out “war stories” from the June LSAT over at Top Law Schools.

B) 7 reasons you shouldn’t go to law school (unless you really, really want to be a lawyer). Vox

C) In “An Evening Student’s Guide to Law School,” Ms. JD offers some tips on surviving final exams.

D) Do you have the right mindset to start law school? If not, it’s a good thing you have a few more months (or over a year). About Education

E) This Mad Max: Fury Road-style ukelele flame thrower would have been the coolest thing I’ve ever seen… except that I just saw the character name Coma-Doof Warrior. AV Club