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More on our primer on the types of Analytical Reasoning (logic games) questions you might encounter on the LSAT…
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Continuing our primer on the types of analytical reasoning (logic games) questions you might encounter on the LSAT…
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To recall the foundational points I discussed in my previous entry: this is only meant to be a brief introduction to get you started, and should not serve as a substitute for a comprehensive LSAT preparation program – even if you are a fan of written LSAT prep materials, which I am not. But all caveats aside, I will begin my short, simple “primer” on LSAT analytical reasoning (logic games) questions…
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People often ask me about the different “types” of questions on the LSAT. For example, without getting too in-depth, I’ve commented that there are 7 distinct types of questions you may encounter in the Analytical Reasoning (better known as the “logic games”) section. But before giving a quick summary of my answer about the “types” of Analytical Reasoning questions you might encounter, I want to emphasize a few things…
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It’s that time of the year in the Northeast: deep winter. Even our friend in Punxsutawny went back to bed last week after poking his head out for a moment in the weather we’ve been having lately, and another big storm is on the way.
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Two weeks ago, news broke that Rutgers School of Law–Camden was publicly censured and fined by the American Bar Association for utilizing standardized tests (such as the GRE, the GMAT, or the MCAT) rather than the LSAT to admit a percentage of several incoming classes since 2006.
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University of Iowa Law School announced it will cut tuition, beginning in Fall 2014, for in-state students and out of state students by 16.4 percent (this would make out-of-state tuition around $39,500). The reason? A heartwarming “to maximize graduates’ ability to follow their hearts and take jobs they love”…along with a desire to stay competitive and increase applicants in the face of the industry-wide drop in law school applications. Now, you may recall my discussion prompted by Henry Rigg’s article in 2011, when schools were raising tuition in the face of record demand, about applying theories of pricing strategy to law school tuition:
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To continue our reaction to Ryan Calo's Forbes piece on the legal job (and education) market—should you, as a potential 2014 law school applicant, be optimistic? Well, let's first summarize our previous entry: so, law school is a bigger risk than it was ten years ago—maybe not 20 years ago, but certainly ten. The drop in applications clearly does create opportunities for applicants, since the same personal statement, LSAT score and grade point averages will likely get you into a better law school (read, “with better job prospects”) than it would have five years ago. But there are still more applicants than there are seats, and it’s still expensive.
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