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Jared Hall

I guess I did it all wrong. I studied for the LSAT only the night before using a free sample test from their site. And a quick review of my notes from the logic class.

Somehow I got a decent score.

The bar exam is the same scam. Spend thousands for law school only to find you have to spend a few thousand more for a prep course to re-learn everything taught the first year.

Tech has income tax as a required course (a topic never on the bar exam). I've argued that the school and students would be better served if, instead of requiring that class, they offered a first-year review course.

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