Category Archive: LSAT Poetry

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Printable LSAT Valentines For Your Law School Sweetheart

There’s no doubt in my mind that most of us here at Blueprint, and most of you reading this blog, spend way too much of our collective brainpower on the LSAT. It dominates our waking hours, our conscious and our subconscious thoughts, and even our social interactions. Some might say its our most significant other.

Does that mean we love it? That depends on your definition of love. If love is something that finds you, then probably not — the LSAT doesn’t go out of its way looking for us. If love is a game that two can play and both win, then maybe — the LSAT may be curved, but certainly more than two people can do well on it.


The Declaration of LSAT Independence

Earlier this week, LSAC released the June LSAT scores, effectively releasing those who took the exam from having to worry about they did over the holiday weekend. How sweet!

For many of you, the June LSAT will mark the last time you are forced to take a test without earplugs or carry a Ziploc bag with 3 or more non-mechanical no. 2 pencils. How… sad?

In honor of the 4th of July, we here at Blueprint LSAT Prep have penned a ‘historical’ document for those who’ve taken the LSAT and are declaring themselves free of its harsh rule.

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Mother’s Day Card Messages for LSAT Prep Students

If you’re preparing for the LSAT, your mother isn’t just any mother. She’s the mother of a decently functioning young adult whose plans for the future go beyond watching the next episode of Game of Thrones. For such an exceptional feat of parenting, she deserves special credit. This Mother’s Day, show your mom that you care, LSAT-style.

Here are some heartfelt logical messages (is that a paradox?) you can include in her Mother’s Day card:

· “If it is true that you are my mom, it can be properly inferred that I love you.”

· “All available evidence provides the strongest support for inferring that you are the best mom ever.”