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HattanBuck85


New York, New York (via Columbus, OH)

Member since 20 December 2013 | Blog

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Winning the first ever CFB Playoff Championship!
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Cardale "12 Gauge" Jones
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Greg Oden
  • NFL TEAM: San Francisco 49ers
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavs
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew (MLS) & Swansea City AFC (EPL)

Recent Activity

Comment 30 Apr 2017

"Why should any player with a potential NFL future want to participate in a late November game like Purdue vs. Indiana?" That's a terrific question and only time will tell. I totally understand why players would skip the Sun Bowl (like McCaffrey) but when are players (who are graded as 1st or 2nd rounders) gonna stop playing in week 12 when their teams are 3-8?

It's gonna be fascinating to watch. Great comment, BuckMinister!

Comment 24 Feb 2017

I for one am not leaving the Parris Campbell-train. #11 in the draft next year? lol prolly not. But kid came into Ohio State barely over 16. He's still learning the position. He is one of the few guys that I could see turning the page next year and really contribute. 

Comment 11 Feb 2017

LSAT prep classes are a waste of money, IMO. I studied on my own and supplemented that with a tutor once a week for about 3 months. 

The LSAT Prep tests should be your best friend. Do it timed. Review every wrong answer as well as those where you got correct but really struggled on. There are a ton of PT books you can find on Amazon (about $8 a pop). Make sure to use the updated PTs closer to your test date as those will be similar to your test.

For review on the logic games,  I used 7sage because they has a video review of every single LG question from the LSAT. Use 7sage!

As for books, I really liked Mike Kim and all the PowerScore bibles. Logical Reasoning Encyclopedia by Nathan Fox is also good.

Steer away from anything Kaplan.

Best of luck- but after reading your post, you aren't gonna need any. You will be fine. Just make sure to find a good balance between studying and your social life. That is crucial.