We’re back from winter break with answers to LSAT questions from listeners, and some exciting news about an upcoming project!
This year, we are writing a Logic Games book, which we believe, will will be the best resource available for that LSAT section. The book will contain 54 Logic Games with detailed explanations on how each one is completed. We’ll be distributing free chapters in spring and summer, and will be looking for people to read the book and write a few reviews. If you want to help us with that, sign up for the email newsletter and watch for more information.
In this week’s podcast, we answer several questions from listeners, including:
Is there any way to prepare for the experimental section of the LSAT?
What’s the best way to deal with post-LSAT stress?
How is the LSAT score scaled?
What’s the best way to answer the following questions: must be true; necessary assumptions; and sufficient assumptions?
Is it realistic to go from a LSAT score of 160 to 170 in three weeks?
Take a listen and let us know what you think.
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