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October 25, 2011

Logic and Games

* Take the October LSAT? Hope you rocked it! If , read about admissions. If ☹, see this retake advice. [LSAT Blog]

* How to write an impressive personal statement (even if you didn't start an NGO to save orphans from smallpox). [LSAT Blog]

* Are law schools and bar exams necessary? [NYTimes; AboveTheLaw]

* Cooley Law School asks court to drop graduates' fraud claims.

* Fun with correlation and causation when linking teen violence to soda consumption. [National Post]

1 comment:

  1. Steve, I just want to say thank you for all this wonderful information. It's been 9 days since I started the day-by-day 4-month plan although I'm not taking it until June. Since I started, I've lowered my average Logic Games time from 35+ minutes per game to 7-15 minutes depending on the game. I know how to diagram!! OMG! And Linear games with three or more variables really are often easier than those with just two. And this evening I finally realized what sufficient and necessary conditions mean. It just clicked after reading your post on it a few times. The day-by-day adds much needed structure to my studying. Without it, I'd be floundering. The order of everything makes sense. I feel like I'm getting closer to beating this game. Also, I'm obsessed with Logic Games.