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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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The Best Law Schools to Fit Your Foodie Lifestyle

You’ve been known to pontificate on the medicinal properties of turmeric, you can eye up just the right amount of fish sauce to add for that extra boost of umami, and you’re always first in line at the latest food

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The tech industry needs law students looking for careers in intellectual property.

From Intellectual Property to Information Policy: Law School for Techies

You would rather go days without seeing another human soul than endure a few hours without WiFi. You’re the first among your friends to get your hands on the latest iPhone, and when your mom calls, it’s usually for tech …

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The Music Lover’s Guide to Law School: Rocking a Career in Entertainment Law

Your inner ears feel naked without earbuds; you laugh in Pandora’s general direction when generating a party playlist, and Pitchfork reviews are your bedtime stories. You love music more than anything… and you’re going to law school. Fortunately, choosing

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9 Most Annoying Grammar Mistakes that College Students Make

By Megan Weyrauch
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Call the grammar police on this one. I get it, the English language is …

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Weekly 180: Law School Admissions and Transfer Students, Diversity Problems

On the bright side, January is done! Personally, I think it’s the worst month of the year. Holidays are over, it’s cold, it gets dark super early, etc. Not that February is much better, but we’re here to brighten and …

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Predicting the February LSAT: Your Questions Answered

Our LSAT content development team joined us in the studio last night to predict exactly what you will see if you are taking the February LSAT next weekend.  Check out the full video if you missed the event– for those …

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Weekly 180: The LSAT in India, Sexism in Law School, and Other Law School News

It’s still cold outside…or at least colder than it is in summer, but we’re here to warm your hearts and minds with the all the latest, most interesting headlines in law school news, admissions, and legal education.  (Don’t you feel special?) …

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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: Selecting a Law Firm, the Legal Job Market, and More

It’s a tough time of year for prospective law students; some of you are getting ready for the February LSATs, or focusing on finishing your senior year strong, or getting your law school application in late.  But take a …

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