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Studying for the LSAT / Will LR eventually just click?
« on: July 20, 2012, 01:13:44 PM »
I took the LSAT last June. LG are my best, RC isn't too bad, but LR just gives me trouble.

I've talked to some people and they said eventually LR will just 'click.' I certainly put in the time to study. I usually get it down to two possibilities and then 50% of the time I pick the wrong answer. I've been looking at some of the 'Ultimate LSAT Guide' link on this site.

Anyone have success with this?

Haha, yes I recognize you could just be an anonymous person trying to screw me over. But your answer helps anyway.

It's very different than what the TV shows lawyers doing. I've learned I do not want to go into this type of law, but I still love the experience. I'm not bored at all.

Considering a lot of people applying will have even more impressive jobs/credential/etc. it probably won't help much. I might just leave it on my resume and not write about it in my personal statement.


legend, since you happened to mention a law firm internship, I have a follow up. I do currently intern at a law firm even though I'm in undergrad. How much should I emphasis this? I thought Law School X wouldn't care about the internship since it's their job to teach me law.


First time poster here. I actually was on TLS for a little while. It was really cut throat; this place seems a lot better.

I was wondering if, say, you apply to Law School X and you also apply to Business School X. Does the fact you applied to their other school hold any weight? Perhaps show how committed you are to going there? This would be to pursue, in this example, a JD/MBA at School X.


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