Matt Sherman with Manhattan LSAT in San Diego joins Nathan and Ben to answer listeners’ questions about the LSAT. Some of the topics they address are:
- Should you spend time making inferences on pure sequencing games; and which types of inferences should you make before going on to the questions?
- What should you do if you don’t see the answer you predicted? Should you panic or have an open mind when reviewing the answer choices?
- What should you do about main point questions and matching flaw questions (i.e. whether to read all five answer choices)?
- How to answer the first question in the Games section, and how many times students should review the rules to assure they’re not missing anything.
Matt also addresses a question from Keaton, a Thinking LSAT listener, who asks whether his work experience and GPA have an impact on law school admission decisions.
Nathan, Ben and Matt also discuss what students should do in the last few weeks before the December LSAT; specifically how to improve your score on the Games section.
Take a listen and let us know what you think.