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Christine Schrader

About Christine Schrader

Christine Schrader is one of Kaplan's highest student-rated LSAT experts, as well as an overzealous fan of Jurassic Park, professional tennis, caffeinated products, and cheese. She is embarrassingly fond of the LSAT (best standardized test ever!), and very good at Trivial Pursuit, '90s edition; science is still out on whether the two of these are related. She is happy to field any questions you might have about test day, law school, pop culture references, or Beatles lyrics.
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Tips for Fighting LSAT Prep Procrastination

How do you fight procrastination during your LSAT prep?

When you’re preparing for the LSAT, even if you’re starting many months in advance, procrastination is a very real and very present foe. It’s all too easy to get just

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Weekly 180: Law School News from Declining LSAT Scores to New Experimental Programs

January is the cruelest month, right? The holidays are over, credit card bills are coming in… oh, and the second semester is just starting! Cheer up, though; the doldrums only last a little while, we promise. In the meantime, we are …

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Tip of the Week: Necessary vs. Sufficient LSAT Assumption Questions

LSAT assumption questions are the backbone of the LSAT Logical Reasoning section– the argument principles underlying assumption questions form the basis of the whole shebang!  It makes sense that getting really, really good at assumptions will get us to …

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Weekly 180: Less Law Students, Legal Job Markets, & More

We hope everyone’s 2015 is off to a healthy and prosperous start. We look forward to keeping you informed about all the news on the law school admissions and law careers landscapes throughout the year.  Thanks for being such loyal …

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Practicing Law in the Pacific Northwest

Where should you go to practice law, once law school is all said and done? It’s a question that should be weighed heavily in your decision on where to attend law school. In an area like the Pacific Northwest,

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Tip of the Week: Balancing LSAT Prep with Busy Schedule

So it’s time to study for the LSAT—or at least schedule your LSAT prep—and you somehow have to balance this with a full schedule.

You may be changing careers, or perhaps you’ve discovered that a law degree would be …

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How to Get Into Law School: A Comprehensive Checklist

Figuring out how to get into law school requires a lot of planning. Successful LSAT preparation always starts with the right state of mind; fall can be a busy time, and planning your schedule ahead can be a huge benefit– …

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LSAT Prep: Getting Your Holiday Practice Perfect

Figuring out how to keep on top of your LSAT prep over the long holiday stretch is super important, so we’ve collected the very best ways to stay focused and committed over what may be an extended break from school, …

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How Long Should I Study For the LSAT?

Everybody who has ever come near the LSAT has probably at least considered the “how long will I have to study for the LSAT?” question, and there’s a lot of different ways to answer it, because everyone brings some different …

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5 Responses to Your Family’s Holiday Law School Questions

The holidays are a wonderful time of year; togetherness, family, and demanding questions about your future that are clearly crafted to drive you completely insane and stress you out long before you get into law school.  Worry not– we are here …

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