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#449

Advice for Test Week (Ep. 449)

Nathan and Ben advise listeners to treat test week like any other week of unhurried LSAT prep.

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#448

Admissions Cycle Takeaways (Micah McCreary) (Ep. 448)

Micah McCreary joins Ben and Nathan to share insights about the current admissions cycle, emphasizing the importance of a well-crafted diversity statement.

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#447

Without a Graeme of Evidence (Ep. 447)

The guys break down the events leading to LSAT Demon’s ban on Reddit.

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#446

Are LSAT Accommodations Unfair? (Ep. 446)

Ben and Nathan probe the history of LSAT accommodations and question the fairness of the current system.

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#445

About that r/LSAT Shadow Ban (Ep. 445)

The guys detail LSAT Demon’s shadow ban on the r/LSAT subreddit.

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#444

The LSAT Is Easy (Ep. 444)

The LSAT becomes easy when you do it the Demon way.

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#443

What It Takes to Score 175 (Ep. 443)

Nathan and Ben explore the habits and traits of those who excel at the highest levels on the LSAT.

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#442

Don't Become a Lawyer for the Money (Ep. 442)

Money is not a good reason to become a lawyer.

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#441

Why We Named It LSAT Demon (Ep. 441)

The guys answer a much-asked question: “Why did you name it LSAT Demon?”

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#440

A Slower Cycle (Maya Russell) (Ep. 440)

Nathan is joined by Maya Russell, chair of the Pre-Law Advisor National Council, for an insightful discussion of the law school admissions process.

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#439

Too Late for Law School? (Ep. 439)

Nathan and Ben beseech listeners of all ages to examine their motivations for pursuing law school.

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#438

What's My LSAT Potential? (Ep. 438)

Ben and Nathan discuss how your work ethic impacts your success on the LSAT, in law school, and throughout your legal career.

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#437

From Law to Tech (Jonea Gordon) (Ep. 437)

Jonea Gordon left her job as a lawyer and quadrupled her salary. She’s now a data privacy expert who has worked with some of the biggest tech companies in the world on issues like artificial intelligence and augmented reality.

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#436

Retake and Reapply (Ep. 436)

Many applicants face a dilemma at this point in the admissions cycle: Do they settle for a mediocre LSAT score and uninspiring scholarship offers? Or do they retake the LSAT and reapply next year?

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#435

New Year's LSAT Resolutions (Ep. 435)

Happy New Year! Nathan and Ben kick off 2024 with New Year’s resolutions for LSAT students.

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