Don’t Settle for Less on the LSAT

Demon tutor Dylan joins Nathan to respond to a student’s concern about running out of time on Reading Comprehension. What should you do if you reach the last passage with only five minutes remaining? Don’t settle for gimmicky strategies like skimming the passage or skipping to the final…

Spend Longer on Your Logic Games Setups

An anonymous Demon Live student completes untimed logic games with perfect accuracy, but she struggles with the harder games on timed sections. The best way to complete all four games in 35 minutes is to improve your efficiency on the easy games. Ben and Nathan recommend spending more time on…

Where to Start with LSAT Demon

Nathan and Ben respond to a new LSAT Demon student who seeks advice on choosing a subscription level. Time is your most valuable resource. One month of Demon Live will teach you how to optimize your time and study in the most effective way possible.…

What Skills Does the LSAT Test?

Listener Amad shares a reason for taking the LSAT other than admission to law school: Some big consulting firms reportedly treat the LSAT as an aptitude test and recruit high scorers. As employers, Ben and Nathan can attest to the value of certain skills that high LSAT scorers bring to…

Should I Retake with a 177 and 4.28 GPA?

Is there a point of diminishing returns when it comes to your LSAT score? Demon tutor Ruth joins Nathan on today’s show to discuss whether a student with a 177 on record should retake the LSAT. They also discuss LSAC GPAs and the fact that not all schools offer…

Starting Law School in the Spring

An anonymous Demon Live student plans to apply in spring 2022 for spring 2023 admission. Is there a downside to applying to law schools that offer spring start dates? Nathan and Ben advise Anonymous to apply only for spring admission this late in the cycle. She should also plan to…

Use Common Sense on the LSAT!

Demon tutor Dylan joins Nathan to talk about the most common mistakes students make on the LSAT. Every question has one answer that is objectively correct and four that are objectively wrong. Many mistakes can be boiled down to not reading the passage, question, or answer choices carefully enough. Strengthening…