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Daily Archives: February 6, 2012
Today is Monday. The February 2012 LSAT is Saturday. The fateful day is nearly upon us. You’ll only see five more sunrises before it’s time to take what will possibly be the most momentous test of your academic career. Which is exciting! All of this is almost behind you.
But you have to keep your LSAT study habits in place in this final week.
Keep Taking LSAT Practice Tests, But Don’t Kill Yourself – At this point you’ve been preparing for a long time, and have certainly learned a whole lot. But you have to keep taking tests to keep refining and retaining those skills. That being said, don’t overdo it. This last week should actually be a bit less intense than the last couple months. You want to be sort of winding down and preventing burnout.
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A) The American Bar Association’s Commission on Disability Rights has had enough discrimination against LSAT test takers with extra needs. And LSAC isn’t very happy. National Law Journal. B) Right on cue: An Ivy Leaguer alleges discrimination against LSAC because … Read Entire Article…
Feb 6, 2012 - 6:39 pm - By Hank