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Nervousness, pressure, focus, and excitement — they’re all things you would expect from any law school candidate. For Onyelobi and McKenzie, though, the test carried added significance born of their circumstances, the hopes they carry with them, and the dreams that once seemed out of reach. Onyelobi and McKenzie are incarcerated at the Minneapolis area’s Shakopee and Stillwater state prisons, respectively. On those two days in April, they joined a handful of incarcerated people known to have taken the LSAT in a prison facility and the firsts since 2016.