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Episode 30: Graeme Blake Talks About Retaking the LSAT and the Future of the Exam

LSAT teacher and author Graeme Blake joins us to answer a few questions from the Reddit LSAT forum and reflects on the current state of the LSAT and law school admissions. Here are the topics Graeme addresses:


What is the success rate when people retake the LSAT? (read the question on Reddit)


What are the basics of an LSAT prep plan? There are so many resources out there; what are the best materials to use? (read the question on Reddit)


What is the difference between sufficient and necessary? How is it tested, and how do you make logic and precision habitual? (read the question on Reddit)


Graeme’s thoughts on some law schools not requiring the LSAT for admission (based on “Killing the LSAT is a Bad Deal for Students” by Elie Mystal in Above the Law)


You can read more questions from Reddit on the LSAT forum and law school admission forum.


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