LSAT teacher and author Graeme Blake joins us from Montreal to discuss five things he learned while writing thousands of LSAT explanations, the Reddit LSAT forum, why Canadian law schools […]
A rising senior from Columbia University, currently scoring 165 on the LSAT, asks us tons of great questions. Examples include: “If I’m testing an ‘if-then statement on a Could be True […]
Nate Willis made the leap from 141 to 151 on his practice LSATs in less than two weeks. How did he do it? Strategy discussion includes necessary and sufficient assumption questions, […]
Is there a starting LSAT score that’s too low to justify continuing? What’s the best way to learn Logic Games? What types of Logical Reasoning questions should be attacked first? […]
Ben and Nathan discuss lesson plans for Week 1 of their new classes, including Logic Games and the LSAT’s most common (sufficient vs. necessary) flaw.
Three totally awesome tips for improving your Reading Comprehension score. Plus law school and admissions talk with Valparaiso University law professor Zachary Calo.
We start with a discussion of what a bad strategy it is to read the question stem first. (If you’re a Blueprint instructor, we’d love to hear your case otherwise.) Then […]
In this episode, Ben and I analyze UVA professor Alex Johnson’s “African-Americans, Law Schools and the LSAT,” a surprisingly candid look behind the scenes of the LSAT and law school […]
We start with a discussion about the value of skepticism while taking the LSAT, then look at one applicant’s decision for the fall of 2014. UC Davis? UNLV? William and Mary? […]
Our guest is Larkin Robson, owner of 180 Degrees LSAT in Brooklyn, New York. Topics include how to prepare for an unusually difficult logic game, good reasons vs. bad reasons […]