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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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LSAT Question Practice: Logic Games

Actual LSAT question practice is probably the single biggest component in your LSAT practice; it certainly will take up the majority of your time.  But just running through the questions will never be enough; breaking down each question, game, or …

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Need Law School, LSAT, or General Pre-Law Advice? Ask the 180!

prelaw adviceAs a teacher, on social media, and even through this blog, I hear from students every day: from questions about their applications, to LSAT issues, to concerns about the future or finances– and sometimes just to vent!  A lot of …

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Real LSAT Practice: Free Logical Reasoning Questions

LSAT Preparation Motivation

Every week we work to pump your LSAT preparations up using real LSAT questions and practice– with expert explanations, of course!  Check out our three real LSAT practice free logical reasoning questions from LSAC-released PrepTest 19, and try them out …

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The Latest Law School News: Rankings, Tuition, and Salary, Oh My!

LSAT Courage

Once upon a time, there was a weekly round-up of everything you ever wanted to know in the world of the latest law school news… and that time is now, and the round-up is here!  Don’t you wish that all …

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the180 live! Law School Application Mistakes, Fixed!

A week ago, we played host to Anne Richard, Senior Dean of Admissions for University of Virginia, School of Law on our monthly talk show the180 live!  We asked her (and you) what the biggest law school application mistakes are, …

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Real LSAT Reading Comp Questions: Free LSAT Practice, Baked Fresh (Weekly)

We have dominated logical reasoning practice, lacerated logic games, and now we round out the very last reading comprehension passage and practice questions from real LSAT PrepTest19 with some free LSAT practice!  Don’t forget to ch-ch-check out the passage and …

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Law School News: GET EXCITED FOR THE LEGAL JOB MARKET!

Law School News

From all around the internet, we have gathered the biggest pieces of law school news for your perusal!  Check out what’s going on in the wide world of legal education and internet commentary:

Best Legal Job Market Coming Soon!

A …

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Tonight the180 goes LIVE: the Worst Law School Application Mistakes

Law School Application Mistakes

Tonight from 8:00-9:00 p.m. EST we are bringing back everyone’s favorite law-school-focused-internet-talk-show-host Jeff Thomas and the very best of special guests, University of Virginia School of Law‘s Senior Dean of Admissions, Anne Richard.  We will be discussing THE WORST …

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LSAT Reading Comp Practice Questions: Get Thee To The Text!

Today, we examine the first four LSAT reading comp practice questions based on the passage we broke down last week, paragraph by paragraph, Kaplan strategic reading-style!  If you missed the passage, definitely check that out first, then try the …

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THE MUPPETS PRESENT… LSAT Logical Reasoning Tips!

Everybody loves the Muppets (and if you don’t love the Muppets, I can’t talk to you anyway because doing so could violate a fundamental truth of my existence), which makes them the ideal ambassadors for some friendly LSAT logical reasoning …

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