There’s no doubt in my mind that most of us here at Blueprint, and most of you reading this blog, spend way too much of our collective brainpower on the LSAT. It dominates our waking hours, our conscious and our subconscious thoughts, and even our social interactions. Some might say its our most significant other.
Does that mean we love it? That depends on your definition of love. If love is something that finds you, then probably not — the LSAT doesn’t go out of its way looking for us. If love is a game that two can play and both win, then maybe — the LSAT may be curved, but certainly more than two people can do well on it.