An LSAT Night Out

Mary Adkins —  February 21, 2012 — 1 Comment

This past weekend, I had the pleasure of spending an evening with the Manhattan LSAT crew. In case there is any lingering doubt as to our nerdiness, let it be known that–at a bar–we collaboratively (1) calculated our life expectancies (mine was 71, for the record–though a psychic once told me 87, which I’m sticking with because I find her more credible than scientific probabilities), and (2) held an impromptu haiku competition.

The latter activity inspired this week’s post, in which (get ready) I will publish for the first time ever read, seen, or experienced, my original LSAT haikus. Whether it refreshes your memory of test strategy, triggers horrific flashbacks, or inspires an ill-informed decision to ditch law school and become a mediocre poet, I hope you enjoy. Some feedback on which is best, or a few poems of your own are strongly encouraged!

On Logic Games:
Xavier is in
only if Olga is out.
The boat is quite small.

On Reading Comprehension:
The author agrees
that the passage is too long.
Fire the editor.

On Logical Reasoning:
O, argument core!
Premise. Conclusion. What else?
Gap. Blank. Missing. _______.

On the essay:
Alas, dost though read
the essay? A fallen tree
no one hears fall, it.

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Mary Adkins is an instructor for Manhattan LSAT. She is the bearer of a 99th percentile LSAT score and a Duke University and Yale Law School graduate. Mary has been teaching the LSAT for nearly a decade. When she is not teaching, she can probably be found scribbling a play, a story, or her book about trying to save the world (and failing miserably!).

One response to An LSAT Night Out

  1. Peter Agbeyegbe June 28, 2012 at 12:28 AM

    I like your Logic Games poem : )

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