my advice is to take the LSAT a couple more times. at the rate you're improving you'll get a perfect score next spring.
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Really, drugs ARE suicide . . . in a way
Not that I'm an addict or anything but jesus, are most people in LS this square? Really though, not that I would suggest using drugs to "cope" with things, but "drugs" (whatever that even means-caffeine, beer, prozac, crank, smack...they certainly aren't the same things) are no more suicide than eating poorly, not exercising, or a host of other "unhealthy" things most people do all the time.
I have a good question:
What's an "E&E"?
This guy has the right idea. Well played, my good man.
Now, to the person who has already started typing up responses to the Examples in the E&E, as I have said previously, STOP IMMEDIATELY. E&E's are for exam prep, not general understanding. If you already look at and ponder the examples, they will be useless as an academic exercise come exam time. Knowing the answer to a hypothetical is completely pointless. The utility comes in the exercise of trying to organize your knwoledge into a coherent response. That's why the examples are there, not to get an answer for tis one specific fact pattern. If you must read something ahead of time in order to sleep at night, read the nutshell series or something.