Episode 46: What To Do If You Got Disappointing October LSAT Results

The October LSAT scores are out. Should you retake the LSAT? And what’s the first thing you should do when you get your actual results back?

Paul asks if it’s possible to go from a LSAT score of 146 to 170.

Vincent shares his experience after taking our advice to stop reading the Logical Reasoning question stem first. Did his practice scores improve?

Dylan wants help answering abstract questions (e.g. flaw, method of reasoning), and shares his strategy for taking simulated practice tests at the actual LSAT start-time of 8:30 a.m.

A listener asks what suggestions we have for continuing to study when waiting for test results. She also asks about a strategy for disclosing speeding tickets on the law school application, and whether those traffic violations will hurt her chances of admission.

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Take a listen and let us know what you think.


  1. Hey guys,

    Been listening for a while now, and I find that I want to go back and listen to certain parts of the podcasts that I remember to be helpful.

    For example wanted to hear this question/answer about question stem.

    It would be cool if when you have the little summary’s (i.e. Vince’s question) if you could also add in what time the response to that question begun for better accessibility.



    1. Great idea, Cameron! I think we had planned to do this some time ago, but it didn’t happen! So thanks for the nudge. We’ll start doing this. Best, Ben


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