Hey all, I just started a new year of fellowship, this time on the director's side. I'm instructing as well as studying with this year's fellows for the upcoming digital LSAT in September. Of course the fellows have plenty of questions, but it seems that they are most interested in the day-of experience. It makes … Continue reading 7 things I wish I knew before taking the LSAT
Hey guys! If you follow me on Instagram, I said I'd put up pictures of how I plan to study for the LSAT this August. I apologize for not getting that up sooner, but to be honest, I had just started prep testing and I was feeling really sad and down on myself for not … Continue reading The one with the month before the LSAT.
Hey guys! I've been changing my blog up here and there now that I've been getting a few more views here and there. I've also been thinking a lot about the things I have to/ should do in preparation for my LSAT on September 8th. I've done a pretty good job of building some healthy … Continue reading The one with the pre-LSAT checklist.
Hello again! Be prepared, this one is going to be a long one. A little about me, a little about my writing process, and a little bit about where I hope this all goes. I've been outlining and drafting personal statements here and there which is exciting but also scary and draining. I know I'm … Continue reading The one with the law school personal statement.
Hey guys! I'm happy to report that the retreat was a success and it wasn't anywhere near as bad as I thought it would be. I guess it was just one of those things I built up in my head but it was a productive weekend with some games and a lot of writing. They … Continue reading The One with the LSAT retreat (Part 2).
Hello again! Every time I open WordPress, I'm surprised that people visit my blog (sometimes more than once! Shoutout to you guys!). I'm grateful, and I hope that I can keep putting out content that interests my readers. If you're reading this, and you've been here before, please don't be scared to reach out! When … Continue reading The one with the LSAT retreat (Part 1).
Hello again! So last Friday, the speaker that came to visit us is a 3L from Yale that graduated from my university and attended the same fellowship program. (If this is your first time reading my posts, then my fellowship is a 2 month long LSAT prep course that brings in public interest lawyers and … Continue reading The one with the 3L.
Hey all! It’s been a super long week of LSAT Prep, but one of the cool perks of the fellowship I’m in is that they bring public service attorneys in on Saturdays after class to talk to us about their experiences. This week we had a Supervising Attorney from the Bronx Defenders and it was … Continue reading The one with the Public Defender.
Hi again! I really need to figure out a new greeting. I can feel myself nervously waving at you guys through my screen. Anyway, if you've read my previous posts, you'd know that I commute through NYC for LSAT prep. Our days are long, you don't get to run home really quick for lunch and … Continue reading The one with the “What’s in my Bag?”
Hey again! So if you've ever been to NYC, know anyone from NYC, or seen anyone from NYC post on social media, you know that our public transportation is SEVERELY outdated. NYC is made up of five boroughs (surprise! most of us don't actually live in Manhattan). I commute from the outer boroughs to my … Continue reading The one with the real(est) NYC experience.