Fan Mail

The Thinking LSAT podcast has been an unparalleled resource for my preparation. I have listened to (almost) every podcast that you have uploaded. The dynamic the two of you share makes the pod both entertaining and informative. You have instilled in me good habits that help with my study methods and my attitude. I can’t thank you both enough. – Jen R.

Thank you again for all of your assistance. I wish I had found your podcast earlier, as I feel the Testmasters online course I took was far too focused on theory and far too exhaustive with homework assignments. Y’all are solely responsible for the last jump from 175-180 in my practice testing, as the mindset of trying to completely understand each and every LR question totally changed my game. – Denny L.

I would like to thank both of you for all of your hard work and insight on everything LSAT. You’ve made a tremendous difference in my approach and my scores. – Joe P.

Thank you so much for your podcast. It has helped me immensely in so many ways, not least of all in feeling less alone during the law school application process. I love that I now have “friends” I can pop on my speakers and keep me company, any time I’m driving around or freaking out about the LSAT generally and in need of some reassurance and helpful insight. Thanks! – Edith P.

I am a private tutor student of Nathan’s and I used Ben’s free LR and RC explanations to get me over a mid-high 160’s slump. Well, I ended up with a 171 and 98th percentile on the July LSAT. I couldn’t have done it without y’all. I’m sure you hear that a lot, but really, I absolutely couldn’t have done it without you guys. Without the podcast, the tutoring, and the video explanations, I would probably be sitting here with a mid 160’s score thinking that’s the best I could ever achieve. Thank you again. – Trevor S.

I’m writing you between celebratory beers to tell you that I just got into UVA tonight. Why? Because I took your advice and studied until my LSAT PT scores were where I wanted them to be and then dropped a 174 back in February of 2017. I have a 3.0 gpa from nowhere university. Yes I have a story of personal growth and other decent soft factors. Yes I worked hard on my apps and submitted them on day one. But no elite school was looking at my app twice without my killer LSAT score. I did it. I’m in your debt. Don’t pay for law school. – Jay A.

Thank you so much for all of this free content you guys put out. You and Nathan allowed a broke college student like myself to self-study effectively and potentially change the trajectory of my life. Following your sage wisdom, I was able to crack a 175 on the July LSAT using Nathan’s books and your lovely guidance on your free class Ben. – Ethan H.