Monday, November 14, 2011

What I Should Really Be Doing...

is writing my American Literature paper. But, alas, I have a terrible problem with procrastination. I have been the world's worst blogger the past few days, but to be entirely honest I haven't had much to write about. Nothing really interesting or even mildly entertaining has happened. So, I figured I'd write about sharing some recent developments in terms of my future career plans. I've decided to go to Law School, or at least attempt to. For all I know I could wind up changing my mind (it wouldn't be the first time) but, for now at least, I'm in full on LSAT mode. For those of you who don't know, the LSAT is ridiculous. And by ridiculous I mean the single most difficult thing I have ever seen in my life. I have managed to perfect my free positions kicks in soccer and gotten my mile time down to well under 6 minutes, the LSAT however, is proving to be a bit more unattainable. So, I am taking the same approach I have always taken with sports. Practice. Hard. I figure if I'm going to try it I might as well give it all I have. So with LSAT Questions of the Day from Lauren and massive amounts of reading/studying I may stand a chance. To give you an idea of what I'm up against here's a sample Analytical Reasoning Question (aka the single most terrible things ever invented):

Ms. Jackson's third-grade class must cover the following subjects during the course of the school day: social studies, music, art, math, spelling, and science. Each of these subjects will be addressed once during the school day, and the order in which they will be addressed is subject to the following conditions:
Music must be the third subject covered.
Social studies must be covered before math.
Spelling must be covered before both social studies and science. 
1. Which of the following could be the order in which the subjects are covered?
A: Spelling, science, social studies, math, music, art
B: Math, social studies, music, science, art, spelling
C: Music, science, spelling, social studies, math, art
D: Music, art, spelling, science, math, social studies
E: Spelling, art, music, social studies, science, math
^this is listed as an "easy" question.
Also, 4 days until Florida!!

3 comments:

  1. Is the answer E? I'm so pumped for these practice questions!!!

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  2. haha I think so. Mark texted me and asked the same thing. I didn't even read it before I posted it...perhaps I should do that next time

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  3. Ludwig van BeethovenNovember 16, 2011 at 12:50 AM

    A certain coach has a vast selection of tracksuits, but can only wear her pink track suit the day after she wears the green one. Likewise, she must wear her black track suit three days before she wears her banana yellow track suit.
    In what order can she wear her track suits?
    A. Black, banana yellow, blue, green, pink
    B. Black, green, pink, banana yellow, blue
    C. Mustard yellow, black, blue, green, pink
    D. Green, black, blue, pink, banana yellow
    E. Ludwig Van Beethoven

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