The LSAT Is Like Super Mario

Demon teacher Carl joins Ben to discuss LSAT reading strategies. He explains that rushing to the end of a passage without fully understanding it is like rushing to the end of the track in Super Mario without collecting any coins. Slow down, collect as many coins as you can, and…

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.…

The LSAT Requires a Different Kind of Reading

Listener M struggles with LSAT Reading Comprehension even though their major requires heavy reading and writing. Ben and Nathan explain that the LSAT requires a different kind of reading. College classes might require you to read and regurgitate a lot of material. The LSAT, however, requires careful attention to detail.…

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…

One Question to Better Engage with RC Passages

Demon tutor Francesca is joined by student Brandon to share a useful strategy for Reading Comprehension. As he reads a passage, Brandon intermittently stops to ask himself one simple question: “What have I learned so far?” Tune in to hear more advice on how to stay engaged with RC passages.…

Improving Concentration on Reading Comprehension

An anonymous student asks for suggestions on how to improve their concentration on boring Reading Comprehension passages. The guys recommend slowing down and digesting one sentence at a time. They also announce the launch of a new meditation feature designed to improve concentration and promote healthy study breaks while drilling…