Your February 2018 LSAT Instant Reaction

Many, many congratulations to all of you future lawyers out there who are just getting out of the February LSAT! Hopefully you walked out of that exam feeling like …


… or if you’re a little more intense like …


… or if you took the exam with your crew like …


… or if you’ve already started the party like …


Once those waves of excitement die down (seriously, no more LSAT studying for you, at least for a little bit!), we’d love to hear how it went for you! So before you indulge too much in your celebratory elixir of choice, drop us a comment below to share your experience in the LSAT today. Any crazy games? Fascinating topics in Logical Reasoning or Reading Comp? Overzealous proctors? Sounds like there were a couple unique games at the end at the end of the LG section, one about museum guards investigating a robbery and one about econ classes. Any hot takes on those?

Alternatively, if you left today’s exam feeling a bit like this …


… let the comment section serve as a safe space to unburden yourself. We’re here for you. We’ll be updating throughout the day. And then check back here on Monday for a more detailed look into the exam.

Congrats again, from all of us at Blueprint!

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5 Responses

  1. Laura Rivera says:

    I’m not sure how to feel about the test. I think it was okay, the RC wasn’t that much of a nightmare, the LR was a bit of a rough patch, and the games were also a bit of a rough patch too, but I nevertheless feel confident that I did well

  2. Anonymous says:

    It was a great test overall! The only thing that’s puzzling me right now is a rule in what I thought to be a sequencing game. It was the 3rd game of MY second game section. The game had 8 variables and 5 slots. U/V were to be played together, but I can’t seem to remember if the 4th slot had a rule that limited the slots or if it confined U/V to that slot. I just remember there being a rule. Not sure if it was fixed or partially fixed basically.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I felt like this was a very fair exam. The last LR section seemed unusually easy…I had a few minutes to spare to check some of my answers. The LG section was pretty straightforward. One of the games was tiered ordering and required keeping track of variables in set categories. Wasn’t too bad. This might be a -9 or -10 curved exam.

  4. Alexa says:

    I feel that the Reading Comprehension and Logic Games sections were very reasonable. There was one LR section that was particularly difficult. There were a TON of operation questions – more than I expected for sure.

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