How’s the weekend going? Good? Good.
If you took the June LSAT, that might not be the case. Every day you have to wait for your LSAT score, the stress compounds. At some point, it’s fair to ask yourself, “Should I cancel my June LSAT score?”
It’s a hard question to answer (and one we’ve tackled for previous LSATs), but it won’t do you any good to try and cancel after tomorrow. That’s because Sunday marks the end of the six day deadline to cancel your June LSAT score.
Whatever your decision, this is your friendly reminder that you have until midnight EST to cancel your June LSAT score. Read Entire Article…
Jun 15, 2013 - 11:00 am - By Hank
Tags: cancelling lsat, june lsat, lsac, LSAT, lsat score
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A) Law schools are resorting to used car salesman tactics. Above the Law.
B) California is considering following New York’s lead with a pro bono requirement for first-time lawyers. National Law Journal.
C) Should the song “Happy Birthday to You” have a copyright? One law suit will decide. New York Times.
D) Heads up to any women or European men going to any NFL games this season: purses are no longer allowed. Bleacher Report.
E) Earlier this week, a stupid HuffPo article predicted what human faces would look like 100,000 years from now. Here’s a follow-up that tackles the important implication: celebs. BuzzFeed.
Jun 14, 2013 - 3:45 pm - By Hank
Tags: law, law school, Lawyer, logical reasonings
When taking an LSAT prep course, it’s important that you like the instructor. At the very least, they should be interesting enough to keep your attention.
That’s why we launched this LSAT blog series that lets you get to know our summer LSAT prep course instructors a little better. We’ve already seen round one (New York LSAT prep) and two (Boston and Washington DC LSAT prep). Now it’s time to meet who will be teaching our Philadelphia, Chicago and Miami LSAT prep courses.
Blueprint’s Philadelphia LSAT Prep:
1) What’s playing on your iPod/Spotify/radio the most these days?
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Jun 14, 2013 - 10:50 am - By Hank
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It’s to the point now where sounding like a broken record is giving me déjà vu.
Yet again, law school applications are down. Over 13% this time. Yet again, we here at Blueprint LSAT Preparation are repeating the news. Yet again, I sit to write an LSAT blog article on the impact of these decreases.
By now, everyone reading this LSAT blog should be aware of the general trend; of the issues in the legal profession stemming from the education system; of the employment issues for grads. If not, please take the time to check out some of my old articles on law school debt.
So what does the continuing decline in law school application numbers mean for you, the prospective law student?
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A) The University of Baltimore School of Law is apparently targeting Lego enthusiasts to apply. Above the Law.
B) The case of the law school grad who beheaded a rare bird in Las Vegas might’ve just been caged. JD Journal.
C) Minority law school students still face tougher challenges, according to a new survey. National Law Journal.
D) The Supreme Court makes its first big splash of the summer. ABC News.
E) “OK, so wrap these rubber bands around your face, and I’ll snap a few shots. Don’t worry, you’ll look great.” Wired.