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How to Study for the LSAT on Thanksgiving Weekend

A prospective law student will perform the following six activities—turkey eating, discount shopping, meeting up with friends, visiting relatives, final paper writing and LSAT studying—on Thursday through Sunday of this week. Each activity will be performed on at least one day. The following conditions apply:

The student must perform turkey eating on Thursday.
LSAT studying must be performed on more days than discount shopping and visiting relatives.
The student’s grades depend on paper writing, and the student’s LSAT score depends on LSAT studying.
The student’s admission to law school depends on the student’s grades and LSAT score.
The December LSAT is a week away.

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Nov 24, 2014 - 6:11 pm - By Aaron Cohn
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Logical Reasonings / 11.24.14

Another law school ranking, another first-place finish for Yale. Business Insider

Mapping out law school expenses before you submit your applications can help you figure out where to apply. US News & World Report

ATL is calling bull on the Bureau of Labor Statistics’s new legal job numbers. Above the Law

A crowdsourced list of the most interesting things students learned during law school. Reddit

Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig crack each other (and me) up. Buzzfeed

Nov 24, 2014 - 2:28 pm - By Greg Nix
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The Winner of Our LSAT Instagram Contest Is…

A week ago we initiated what will someday be referred to as the most groundbreaking and epic publicity initiative in world history.

Well, that’s possibly an exaggeration. But we did hold our first ever Instagram contest.

In honor of Thanksgiving, we asked our followers to count their blessings, then tag their photos with #thelsatmakesmethankfulfor. We got a ton of great entries, so let’s count down some of our favorites before we get to our grand prize winner.

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Nov 21, 2014 - 6:24 pm - By Greg Nix
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Logical Reasonings / 11.21.14

Timeline and tips for the best possible law school application. Admitopia

This breakdown of Michigan bar exam passage rates by law school is pretty cray-cray (technical term). Third Tier Reality

A 3L at Drexel is suing law firms for using US News rankings for using LSAT scores for discriminating against the disabled. Or something. Above the Law

These biglaw Christmas bonuses are the reason some people go to law school. Wall Street Journal

I love Hoobastank jokes, so you know I’m going to be into Chewbastank – the Chewbacca-Hoobastank mashup. AV Club

Nov 21, 2014 - 3:18 pm - By Greg Nix
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Give Yourself Rewards To Help Overcome LSAT Fatigue

Sorry, folks. This is going to hurt, but I have to say it:

In just a couple short weeks the December LSAT will be upon us.

And you know what that means. No more speculating about what fallacies the test might hold; no more imagining what obscure names will be incorporated into this round of logic games; no more high-stakes wagers over whether Frida Kahlo’s eyebrow or platypus sensory perception will feature more prominently in this administration’s Reading Comprehension passages.

C’est la vie.

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Nov 20, 2014 - 6:55 pm - By Robert Seaney
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