By: Aaron Abernathy
It’s fair to say that many, if not most, LSAT test-takers don’t find studying for the LSAT the most fun they ever had. Many dislike it with an intensity that’s only slightly less than that of a thousand fiery suns. When pressed, their explanation often boils down to “it’s just not relevant to how well I’ll do in law school, much less how I’ll fare as a lawyer.”
The conception that the LSAT won’t really help you in law school is based on a misperception, one we can fix by comparison to a learning a foreign language.
If you want to become fluent in a foreign language, it takes a lot of hard work.… Read full post