A) Everyone had a hunch why Brooklyn Law School cut its tuition. Here’s the real scoop. CNN.
B) Not everyone wants law school shrunk to two years. New York Times.
C) Barack Obama is also our Proofreader in Chief. Wall Street Journal.
D) Oscar Pistorius can finally take a break from saying the wrong things. Daily Post.
E) It’s probably too late, but you can get a tax deduction on just about anything. Mental Floss.
Apr 15, 2014 - 3:10 pm - By Hank
Tags: law school, logical reasonings
On Sunday, Bubba Watson captured his second green jacket by winning the 2014 Masters tournament. While golf and the LSAT may not seem to have too much in common (apart from causing incredible amounts of frustration and driving many to drinking), Watson’s performance can be a source of inspiration for LSAT students in several ways.
Tip #1 on Becoming an LSAT Master: Mistake Minimization
Over the course of four days and 72 holes, Bubba Watson finished only one round of golf over-par. Augusta National, the home of the Masters tournament, is one of the most difficult courses in the world, and it is made even more difficult for the Masters. With treacherous, narrow fairways and incredibly fast greens, Augusta National is a true test of every aspect of a player’s game.
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Apr 14, 2014 - 6:12 pm - By Philip Mayer
Tags: LSAT, lsat in real life, LSAT prep, lsat questions, lsat score
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A) Trouble with LSAT Logical Reasoning? Here are some tips. Law Admissions Lowdown.
B) When it comes to law school tuition, haters gonna hate. Above the Law.
C) Tomorrow, Google Glass goes on sale to the public. Legal experts already have headaches. ABA Journal.
D) The trial is set to begin for the Florida man accused of shooting a fellow moviegoer for texting. CNN.
E) The Masters were pretty great this year, but the Mini Masters were better. Digg.
If you thought we were being kind to future lawyers on Tuesday by announcing our latest caption contest, wait’ll you hear what’s goin’ down today: It’s time to name the winner!
For those of you who somehow forgot what the awesome prize is for this even more awesome contest, we’re giving away a free Blueprint LSAT Prep t-shirt. Here’s a look at our latest fashion line.
Now on to the winner…
We had several submissions, but this is the one Blueprint LSAT Prep staffers selected as the best of the bunch:
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Apr 11, 2014 - 6:30 pm - By Hank
Tags: blueprint, blueprint lsat, blueprint lsat prep, caption contest, LSAT, LSAT blog, LSAT prep
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