Showing posts from December, 2019

Masterpost: The LSAT

The LSAT is the first huge hurdle you have to jump once you've decided to take the LSAT. I decided to make this masterpost of all my LSAT blog posts to put a ton of information in one space for those who are getting ready to take the LSAT. Enjoy! LSAT Overview: Logical Reasoning A deep dive into the logical reasoning section of the LSAT, as well as some tips and tricks for getting through these questions. LSAT Overview: Reading Comprehension Looking into the reading comprehension section of the LSAT, and how you can power through it when you take the exam. LSAT Overview: Logic Games If you're struggling with the logic games section of the LSAT, check out this blog for some advice about how to conquer this section. What I Wish I Knew Before Taking the LSAT Looking back at when I took the LSAT, there were plenty of things I wish I had known when I first started studying. Check out this blog post to see what they were. Should You Self Study for the LSAT? A

2019 Last-Minute Gift Guide for Law Students

With the holidays quickly approaching, you may have found that you're struggling to get a few last-minute gifts. If you have a law student in your life (or you are a law student looking to splurge a little bit on yourself), use this gift guide to give you some inspiration!  Bookstand Book stands are an ideal way to make sure law students aren't straining their necks too much. This one comes in a two-pack as well, so one can be kept at home and one at school.  Dot-Grid Notebook Whether law students use this for class notes, a bullet journal, or for some sort of daily journal, you know they'll get plenty of use out of this notebook.  Reading Light Reading all day, every day is hard enough without thinking about the strain law students are putting on their eyes. A reading light will definitely help the law student in your life out.  Travel Mug Coffee is love, coffee is life! Help a law student keep their coffee hot through