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August 11, 2004

More LSAT Prep

Monica at Buzzwords offers her thoughts on preparing for the LSAT (including a link to the outline she created for that purpose) in response to this extensive LSAT prep guide from Neo Tokyo Times, and this perspective from Jeremy Blachman.

What's a future LSAT-taker to do with all this seemingly conflicting advice? I can't tell you, but my suggestion would be the same for this as for all the other advice linked here: Read as much or as little of it as you find useful, pick and choose the bits from each source that strike you as helpful, and build your own strategy for success (whatever that means to you). There is no magic bullet, but there's no sense recreating the wheel, either. (Yes, you have entered the "figure of speech" zone!)

Posted by mowabb at August 11, 2004 06:24 AM

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