Staying Focused on RC

An anonymous listener with ADHD expresses frustration with maintaining focus on Reading Comprehension. The guys share their best active reading tips and recommend the book ADHD 2.0.…

Advice for Students with Dyslexia

Listener Alondra requests advice for LSAT students with dyslexia. Nathan shares helpful insights from two correspondents. Aside from requesting needed accommodations, students with dyslexia should learn as much as they can about their diagnosis, practice mindfulness, and focus on building a deeper understanding of the content. For more information on…

Tips for a Test-Taker with ADHD

Student Ben asks the guys if they have any advice for LSAT students with ADHD. Nathan recommends reading ADHD 2.0. The book explains that people who have ADHD tend to get bored quickly when something’s too easy and give up quickly when something’s too hard. For this…

Are Law Schools Rejecting More High-Scoring Applicants?

Nathan and Kevin discuss an ABA Journal article about the competitiveness of recent law school admissions cycles. They also speculate about why LSAT scores have been increasing across the board. The guys see this article as clickbait and advise students not to let it scare them away from fighting for…

Why Do Law Schools Ask for Your Test Date?

An anonymous listener reports that several law school applications ask for the exact date they took the LSAT. Because Anonymous was granted testing accommodations, they took the test on a nonstandard date. Is the requirement that applicants disclose their specific test date a sneaky way for admissions committees to figure…

LSAT Fee Waivers and Accommodations

Ben and Nathan share listener K’s advice as a successfully accommodated and fee-waived applicant. K’s fee waiver request was initially denied, but after jumping through some hoops her appeal was granted. As for accommodations, K’s ADHD diagnosis granted her 50% extra time.…