Has Studying for the LSAT Improved Your Thinking Skills?

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Re: Has Studying for the LSAT Improved Your Thinking Skills?

Postby LSAT Blog » Thu Apr 04, 2013 6:14 pm

Brixton wrote:I don't know if studying the LSAT has made me any smarter or improved my thinking skills, but I now hear Spock in my head. "That is highly illogical." Damn it, the voices won't stop!


The voices aren't so bad once you get used to them.

Just try not to let them take over when you're around friends, family, and significant others.

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Re: Has Studying for the LSAT Improved Your Thinking Skills?

Postby Malakai » Fri Apr 05, 2013 12:04 am

Anonimo wrote:Studying for the LSAT has thought to be more cautious when making arguments and use more qualifiers and adjectives to be more precise. I feel like now I can discern more quickly between people that make good arguments vs the people that don't.


LOL this. I've been doing this since about 3 or 4 months into my prep, after I became pretty hardcore. I take it as a good sign though, since if i'm thinking about these things as habit, it may be helpful come test day since it has almost become 2nd nature.




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