This Is a Big Red Flag

Demon tutors Francesca and Erik take over the pod to discuss a common mistake made by LSAT students: rushing to answer questions without fully understanding them. They describe a red flag for this mistake and offer advice on how to approach all types of LSAT questions.…

Cry in the Dojo, Laugh on the Battlefield

Student Boomer describes the rapid progress he has made since joining LSAT Demon Live. He also shares two quotes that he finds especially helpful. First: “Slow is smooth. Smooth is fast.” Second: “Practice doesn't make perfect. Perfect practice makes perfect.” Nathan and Ben remind listeners that good practice involves making…

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…

Mastering Logic Games Setups

Student Zach struggles with the initial setups while practicing Logic Games and asks how to build a stronger foundation. Nathan and Ben remind listeners that Logic Games is a test of how hard you can work. The best way to get better at them? Keep practicing! LSAT Demon has full…

Learn to Love the LSAT

Listener Stewart shares an anecdote about logic games and learning to love the LSAT. Ben and Nathan encourage students to view logic games as fun puzzles. Logical reasoning and reading comprehension can also be enjoyable. Have fun with the test and you will see improvement!…

To Skip or Not to Skip?

Student Beth usually skips the dreaded rule-substitution question on Logic Games. Should she start attempting this question type? Or should she skip it every time? Ben and Nathan tackle her question—and their answer might surprise you.…

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 You Don’t Need to Learn LSAT Logic Game Types

The purpose of this lesson is to give you permission to ignore the whole “Games Types” chapter of the traditional LSAT-prep catechism. Stop worrying about the semantics, free up a bit of your brain’s processing power, and use that power to actually solve each game.…