Logical Reasonings / 11.17.17

A. Last chance to RSVP to the webinar we’re holding tomorrow at noon. We’re going to go over the LSAT in all of its glory. And you’re going to get a $300 off our classroom course and a $75 discount off the first month of our online course, where you’ll learn much more about the exam. So RSVP here! Blueprint LSAT

B. A little speculation on Justice Kennedy’s thought process for the upcoming landmark case Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. Empirical SCOTUS

C. And a little insight into who might replace Kennedy, or any of the other justices, if Trump has his druthers. Reuters

D. With the holiday shopping season upon us, some of us dilatory types might wonder what the environmental impact of 2-day shipping is. Here’s a video explainer. Vox

E. It’s going to be an important weekend for those of you studying for the December LSAT, so, unlike this pilot, let’s keep the childish play to a minimum. Washington Post

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Seeing the Big Picture on Comparative Passages

Comparative Reading Comprehension passages are the baby of the LSAT, having been added to the test in 2007 (practically a blink of an eye for an organization that takes a month to score a Scantron). As the name would suggest, the questions focus on comparing the two passages: Which of these is supported by one passage but not the other? Which is something that both authors have in common? And so on.

Logical Reasonings / 11.16.17

A. Even if you can’t make it to the law school admissions webinar tonight, you can still RSVP to the LSAT webinar we’re hosting Saturday, November 18th at noon. So don’t miss out on getting the skinny on the LSAT or from getting the fat $300 discount on our classroom course and $75 discount on the first month of our online course. Blueprint LSAT

B. A day after Wake Forest announced it would accept the GRE, Texas A&M announced it would begin accepting that exam as well. The GRE PR announcement shine is already a shadow of what it once was. Texas Lawyer

C. Apparently Roy Moore, former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, couldn’t find a lawyer capable of writing a letter without a ton of mistakes. Above the Law

D. The House managed to pass its massive tax bill today, and now attention turns to the Senate. Washington Post

E. Oh and now elephant head trophies are legal now. Cool. ABC News


RSVP to the LSAT Webinar This Saturday, November 18!

It isn’t easy to stay motivated and productive through the winter flu season and the rapid approach of the holidays. I know I’m counting down the days until it’s time to give thanks with our families while eating copious amounts of turkey (or for us vegetarians, usually just pie). The good news is that you can take full advantage of Blueprint’s upcoming webinar on the LSAT without even leaving the comfort of your Snuggie.