Demon student PY underperformed on the official test because they lost focus on what they mistakenly assumed was the experimental section.
Demon student Asad Jessani joins Demon teacher Erik to share his LSAT success story.
Listener Hanna asks if it’s a bad idea to request letters of recommendation a year or more before you intend to apply to law school.
Former LSAT Demon student and current Demon teacher Marissa Varnado joins Francesca to share her LSAT success story.
Yale, Harvard, and Berkeley have withdrawn from participation in the U.S. News & World Report law school rankings. Nathan and Ben consider these schools’ reasons for doing so and comment on whether it signals a change in how they value the LSAT.
The guys give listener Ryan some advice on how to improve on Reading Comprehension.
An anonymous listener asks for tips on diagramming Logic Games.
LSAT Demon teacher Brandon Beaver joins Nathan to advise an anonymous listener on their personal statement.
Ben and Nathan discuss a questionable strategy for tackling comparative reading passages.
Ben and Nathan explain how to use the LSAT Demon Scholarship Estimator to identify target schools.
LSAT Demon’s own Rebecca Cumberbatch and Matt DuMont break down what to expect on law school applications.
Nathan and Ben insist that aptitude for the LSAT isn’t necessarily a sign that you should become a lawyer.
LSAT Demon student Rafael fears that he doesn’t have a compelling personal statement topic. He’s a senior in college with limited work experience and some student club involvement. Is he overthinking things?
To climb a mountain, first take one step. To score 170, first answer one question. Nathan and Ben tell listener Dom not to let his long-term goals distract him from the steps he must take to achieve them. Don’t try to score 170. Slow down and get one more question right. Then another. Then another.
LSAT Demon student Jacob writes in with a bunch of questions about his LSAT study and law school applications. Ben and Nathan discuss why you shouldn’t wait to start taking timed sections and shouldn’t focus on a single section before moving on to the others.
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