Episode 20: Can Meditation Help You With the LSAT (and Other LSAT Prep Questions)?

Ben and Nathan welcome to the podcast John Hankey, a meditation expert who shares how meditation can help you prepare for the LSAT and conquer test anxiety.

Before speaking with John, they answer the following four LSAT preparation questions from listeners:

  1. What’s the best way to properly vet an LSAT tutor or course?
  2. If I want to improve my reading comprehension score, should I be reading The Economist and The New York Times? Further, should I be doing sudoku puzzles to improve my logic games score?
  3. When should I recalibrate my LSAT goals? For example, if my goal was to complete two perfect logic games, when should I increase the goal to three perfect games?
  4. Are LSAT forums an effective study tactic or way to prepare for the test?

Take a listen and tell us what you think.

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  1. Re: reading material for reading comp. If people are looking for convoluted, esoteric stuff to parse through, any Continental philosopher would probably fit the bill on that. Talk about dense!

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