Tag Archive: Study for the LSAT

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Tips on Dating and General Interacting During LSAT Prep

We spend so much time focused on LSAT prep that we sometimes forget the people in our lives who suffer along with us. Not our classmates and study partners, but friends, family, and potential lovers.

That’s why reading this post on Yahoo! Answers is as enlightening as it is tragic. This young Romeo just wants to find his LSAT Juliet, but her study habits are keeping them apart. Hopefully hemlock isn’t involved.

So today, this post is for those of you out there who are dealing with someone prepping for the LSAT. It’s still going to be addressed to test takers, since if you’re not prepping for the exam, you probably aren’t reading this LSAT blog (and I don’t know why I’m still talking to you).

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Another Young Entrepreneur Inspired by the LSAT

For those of you who keep up on New York City’s entrepreneurial scene, you’ve probably heard of Sharma Kapur and her startup FoodToEat. The idea came to the 25-year-old Kapur when she got tired of standing in lines at food trucks. Why the frustration? Well, she was upset that she could have been using that time to study for the LSAT. Even though she did take the LSAT, she ended up giving up on law school to instead started a new online food delivery and pickup service. It’s basically like Seamless or GrubHub but with lower fees for the restaurants. Sounds pretty good. Will she be the next Sara Blakely, the law school hopeful who veered off to become a billionaire businesswoman? Only time will tell.

She only has 1,500 registered users as of now, but maybe she could get more if she went back to her roots – LSAT studiers.

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Don’t Study for the LSAT Today (And Other Leap Year Myths)

Today is February 29! Also known as Leap Day, this occasion happens only once every four years (and sometimes only once every eight years). For tens of thousands of years, this magical day has filled mankind with wonder, and there are a lot of superstitions and beliefs about the day. They might not all be true, but they probably are.

Let’s take a look:

It’s OK to propose to a man on Leap Day – Ladies out there, are you tired of waiting for your man to propose? Well today, and today only, you’re allowed to do some role-reversal and propose to your boyfriend! You may remember this tradition, as it was popularized a few years ago by the famously terrible movie Leap Year. If you want to take part in this tradition, you have to make sure to wear a partially visible red petticoat under your dress (really).

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How to Study for the LSAT During the Holidays


Chestnuts roasting on an open fire
LSAT nipping at your heels

Ah, the holidays. A time for family and over-the-top consumerism. But that’s okay, because you’re going to be a lawyer! You’ll have plenty of money for the yearly spending spree.

If you can just get past that pesky LSAT.

Studying for the LSAT over a holiday break can be trying, to say the least. But it doesn’t have to be impossible. Here are a few tips to get you through this weekend and beyond (since Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and Christmas are all over the next two weeks).

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Redo Questions When You Study for the LSAT

At this point, you’re hopefully well on your way to crushing the October LSAT. If you’re like most people, the 6000 or so questions released by LSAC will be more than enough to get you to an awesome LSAT score. But sometimes people end up doing all 6000 LSAT questions and still need more. If this has happened to you, maybe you just studied a lot harder and faster than you thought, and ran out prematurely. Or maybe you took the LSAT, bombed it, and are now retaking it, but are quickly running out of unseen questions. For whatever reason, this is a pretty common thing that happens to people, but isn’t as much of an actual problem as you might think.

First of all, think about that number – 6000.