Motivation

18 Dec 2019
10 Dec 2019

Particular People

A short blog Mike Spivey wrote on breaking out of your comfort zone.

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26 Nov 2019

Choosing the Impossible

Linked is a blog post our founder, Mike Spivey, wrote on getting to determine your fate. Enjoy if you need a boost or a break from law school thoughts.

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08 Nov 2019

Spivey's Top 20 Most Powerful and Inspirational Quotes

We thought we'd give you something different as we work on a blog of major consequence to higher education.

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14 Oct 2019

Podcast: Calming Your LSAT Anxiety

Something we encounter all too often is applicants who put so much pressure on themselves when they are taking the LSAT that it ends up being counterproductive, barring them from performing near the highest level of which they are capable.

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20 Aug 2019

On Overcoming Adversity

Anxiety is a huge and growing problem and for many, including law school students applicants, and lawyers. It is also worsened by not knowing how to handle personal setbacks or failure.

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19 Jul 2019

On Elitism in College and Law School

I hope something about this sets in. It's a brief and obscure story, but all too common in college and law school.

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02 Jul 2019

Dare Greatly

I just finished the Brené Brown talk on Netflix, which if you haven't had the opportunity to watch, I would very much recommend.

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28 Jan 2019

2018/2019 Midpoint Cycle Update

We are about 50% through the cycle, and I wanted to share some observations, data, and then remaining predictions with everyone. Much of the data can be found here [https://www.lsac.org/data-research/data/current-volume-summaries-region-raceethnicity-sex-lsat-score] , and, for the first time ever, is publicly available and updated daily by LSAC. A deep-dive analysis is also done weekly by our intern on his blog weekly blog here [https://docs.google.com/document/d/14qVpQWwtDdplBXBitItcHOP5I2xWHX

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31 Oct 2018

Failure is a Liar

I recalled a distant but not entirely forgotten memory while running the other day. It dates back to my first ever homework assignment during my first week of 1st grade, which was a writing assignment.  Unlike much of the rest of my scholastic life, I was beyond thrilled to have homework. I eagerly waited for my parents to get home from work and then demanded they stop their familial duties to help me with it. What I produced, with them helping over my shoulder, was surely a masterpiece. I can s

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