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Aoife the Celt

First day of the new college year

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You just do practice test after practice test. The LSAT doesn't test general knowledge (i.e. math, science, history, literature, etc), it tests your ability to read, to deconstruct arguments, find argumentative flaws, and problem solve. So, in a way, you don't "study" for it, you simply prepare a mental pattern to answer the questions.

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How many practice tests have you taken?

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I've only taken about four practice test, as well as taken the test for real once. Right now, I am focusing on taking individual practice sections.

 

How many times is one allowed to take the LSAT?

 

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Do you have to pay a fee to take the LSAT?

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Do you also have to pay a fee to take the practice tests?

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Do you know how many people annually take the LSAT?

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I believe around 150,000 take it annually.

 

And they all want to get into law school or are some taking the LSAT for other reasons?

 

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That is a lot of competition. Do all those people get into law school?

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Alas, no. I may not even get in this year due to the increased competition because of the economy. But, one must keep trying if one wants success enough.

 

Does that cause you any sleepless nights?

 

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Not really, at least, not anymore. It is worrying, don't get me wrong. I think about it every day. But, not getting in now does not mean I won't get in next year, or the year after. Not to mention the many other opportunities that lie before me. One stumble does not equal a fall in my philosophy.

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What are you going to do if you don't get into law school?

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Get a job, keep studying for the LSAT, maybe go to graduate school. Whatever life leads me to.

 

What kind of job would you be interested in?

 

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That is a good question. Perhaps working at a law firm, maybe interning for a state legislator (or congressional if I got lucky), perhaps consulting. Depends on what is available should it come to that.

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That is a good question. Perhaps working at a law firm, maybe interning for a state legislator (or congressional if I got lucky), perhaps consulting. Depends on what is available should it come to that.

 

Perhaps High Queen Sigrid could advise you on the matter of obtaining a congressional internship for she has interned in the U.S. Congres, and she still is.

 

What kind of consulting would you like to do?

 

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I honestly don't really know. Whatever would pay the most. ;)

 

The Tea Party Express Consulting Group is willing to offer you a job. ;)

 

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