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Borg wrote:Just FYI. I know the article says they "don't recommend it for the LSAT," but you can probably just ignore that.
http://now.msn.com/living/0411-alcohol- ... cores.aspx
The article doesn't say that, it says it doesn't recommend getting hammered before the LSAT. I saw this yesterday and it's really interesting, though I don't think I'll incorporate it into my studies.
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Are we really giving validity to a study that tested a mere 40 people? How many millions of unaccounted variables could have contributed to the results? Not reliable, and actually kind of reckless publishing something like this (not you, but MSN.) I'll wait for an RCT before I buy any brew.
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