I’m Not Yelling at You, I’m Yelling at the LSAT

I’ve written explanations for thousands of LSAT questions, and I’ve made videos for thousands more. I consider myself extremely fortunate to do so. The test is a fun, easy game if you approach it correctly, and I love helping students see it the way I do.…

Slow Down to Speed Up (And Ask a Better Question)

This week’s lesson is written with my fellow LSAT teachers in mind. Trust me when I say that I feel their pain. I’ve spent the last fourteen years of my life answering questions like, How can I improve at speed? How can I get faster? What can I do to finish…

One-Hour LSAT

One hour per day is enough to beat the LSAT, if you invest each hour wisely. I invite you to get moving in the right direction with the following schedule. If you have more than an hour, use the following as your foundation. Here’s how you should spend your…

Go Deeper on Each Mistake

Studying for the LSAT isn’t as difficult as people make it out to be. Whether today’s your first day studying (welcome!) or you’ve been grinding it out for a year, the formula is simple: If you’re not sure what to do, start with any LSAT question…

Start with Any LSAT Question

Where Do I Begin? I get this question all the time, and my answer is always the same: Just start with any real LSAT question. For real. Literally any one of the 9,000-something LSAT practice questions—each of which appeared on the official exam…