• Ben Olson

Ep. 240: Introducing LSAT Demon Live

Since the new coronavirus has ushered us all indoors, almost all learning is happening online—that includes getting prepped for the LSAT. In this episode, the guys give you the low down on the latest addition to their online LSAT prep platform: LSAT Demon Live. Plus, Nathan and Ben field a bunch of questions from students wondering how to handle the fact that the spring tests are being cancelled. The answer? Maybe just keep doing the same thing you’ve been doing all along.

As always, if you like the show and you want to get more from the Thinking LSAT community, check out the links below. You can connect with other folks studying for the LSAT, and get more useful resources from Nathan and Ben.


LSAT Demon

Personal Statement Review Package

Strategy PrepFox LSAT

Thinking LSAT Facebook Group

Instagram (upcoming events)


Important Dates

April 25, 2020– LSAC is hopeful that this will still be the date for the April test.


5:51 – Mizzou vs. American

Anonymous is feeling the presh. She’s been accepted to the University of Missouri with a full-ride scholarship (way to go anon!), but she’s feeling the pull of D.C. She’s wondering if she’d be better off at American, which would leave her in considerable debt. In D.C. she might have access to a bigger, better network…maybe?...and American has a cool lineup of outside speakers set to address law students throughout the year. The guys weigh in and offer some advice to anon.

15:18 – LSAT Demon Update: Introducing Demon Live

Faithful listeners will know that Ben and Nathan already offer everything a 1L hopeful needs to get ready for the test in the LSAT Demon. The Demon is an online AI LSAT prep tool that serves you LSAT questions based on your skill level. The Demon learns from your answers and helps you focus on your biggest areas of opportunity. It also has hundreds of written and video explanations from the guys to help you understand why you erred on any given question. But now, Ben and Nathan are launching a new tier of the LSAT Demon—Demon Live—which offers live online instruction every day of the week. Here’s what you need to know:

DEMON: $95/mo.

  • Tests 1-60

  • Smart drilling

  • Timed sections and tests

  • Weekly office hours with Nathan and Ben

DEMON PREMIUM: $195/mo.

  • Everything the Demon offers and

  • Tests 61-89

  • Live proctored exams

  • A video LSAT course

  • Live help sessions

DEMON LIVE: $295/mo. (New!)

  • Everything Demon Premium offers and

  • Live online timed sections and tests, plus review

  • Live online lessons

  • Live events with Nathan, Ben, and TAs every day of the week

32:35 – Staying Sharp until Test Day

Anon has been banking some pretty high practice test scores, including a 180 on their most recent practice test. But now that the March test has been cancelled, and now that April is looking less likely by the day, Anon wants to know how they can keep their skills sharp. Ben and Nathan suggest that once you’ve built up your skills, they’re probably not going to slip away anytime soon, but that weekly tests or timed sections with review will help you stay in “test mode.” But if you start feeling burnt out? Just step away – your skills aren’t going anywhere.

36:16 – Prepping when your Test is Cancelled

It’s looking as though the April LSAT may be cancelled. And Emily wants to know wtf do we do now? She asks if study habits should change. The guys agree that the answer is no. There’s no magic eight ball tha