When Should I Take the LSAT? (Ep. 395)
Today on the show, Ben and Nathan explain why it’s a mistake to register for the LSAT prematurely. They share the correct order of operations for deciding when to take the LSAT and apply to law school.
Set Smaller Goals (Ep. 394)
Today on the pod, Ben and Nathan offer listeners advice on topics ranging from finding study motivation to overcoming a low UGPA using the LSAT as your not-so-secret weapon.
Law School Pricing Is Unfair (Ep. 393)
Ben and Nathan discuss the why and the who behind the inequitable pricing and double down on their advice to listeners: Don’t pay for law school.
Slowing Down Is Not Enough (Ep. 392)
Slowing down is not an end in itself, nor is it sufficient for LSAT mastery.
Regional School with National Reach? (Ep. 391)
Ben and Nathan assess whether attending a regional school may prevent you from finding work in a more competitive market.
From Rejection to Full Ride (Ep. 390)
Nathan and Ben read the story of an applicant who improved his LSAT and received a full-ride scholarship offer from a school that had rejected him last year.
LSAT Survies ABA Vote (Ep. 389)
Nathan and Ben react to the big news: the ABA’s House of Delegates has voted to keep the standardized test requirement for law school admissions.
Start with One Question (Ep. 388)
New LSAT students often don’t know how to begin studying. On this week’s pod, Ben and Nathan demystify the process: start with one LSAT question.
Will AI Replace Lawyers? (Ep. 387)
Nathan and Ben speculate on how AI chatbots will affect the legal industry.
When to Apply to Law School (Ep. 386)
Ben and Nathan examine the current application data and advise would-be late applicants to wait until next year.
The LSAT Is Your Wrecking Ball (Ep. 385)
A wall stands between you and law school. Would you rather swing at it with a hammer or a wrecking ball?
US News Revamps Rankings (Ep. 384)
US News & World Report is changing the way it ranks law schools.
Make Failure Impossible (Ep. 383)
Ben and Nathan advise listeners to approach the LSAT in a way that makes it impossible to settle for less than your best.
Will Law Schools "Reset" Tuition? (Ep. 382)
Scholarship data from ABA 509 reports show that most students don’t pay anything close to sticker price. Are law schools due for a tuition reset?
When to Give Up on Law School (Ep. 381)
How long should you struggle with the LSAT before calling it quits? The guys discuss why people who are meant to be lawyers will always tough it out—and why it’s okay if you’re not one of those people.
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