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Friday, January 23, 2009

The LSAT is hard

It's Friday and I'm sitting here messing around on the computer, reading about Obama and his days as a lawyer and when he was in law school and thinking that I could go to law school.  

So I google "getting in to law school" and go to a page that has a practice LSAT (the test you must take to get in to law school).  Each section contains approximately 23 questions and you have 35 minutes to complete them...

I barely made it through the first section with my head intact and I did it in just under an hour and a half... and I answered 4 questions wrong!  

I don't think I'm cut out for lawyering, or maybe I should just take a course on taking the LSAT.

Has anyone out there taken the LSAT?  How did you do?  What's the secret?


  1. I've heard that a lot of lawyers have trouble with those tests-even the bar exams after going through law school. Many have to take them more than one time. If you haven't been to law school, I would think that the tests would be hard. You will learn when you are in school, if that is the path you really want to take. It takes a lot of determination to do anything that you really want to do. Good luck.

  2. Thanks for the post. I might try my hand at the financial side of things next!


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