Making an LSAT Study Plan

New Demon student Andres wants help building a solid LSAT study plan. The guys recommend a mix of drilling, time sections, and timed tests.…

Advice for an Older Applicant

An anonymous listener asks Ben and Nathan what advice they’d give to applicants who have been out of school for decades. The guys discuss the relevance of old undergraduate records and the importance of getting your best LSAT score.…

Overcoming a Score Plateau

Nathan and Ben share another Demon Live success story. Student Bonnie recounts starting with a score in the 140s, overcoming a high-150s “plateau,” and finally breaking into the 160s. Way to go, Bonnie! The guys encourage her to keep studying and shoot for 170.…

LR Question — Test 73, Section 4, Q2

Ben and Nathan work through a logical reasoning question from PrepTest 73. They demonstrate how taking time to attack the argument prepares them to answer any question. They also debunk a myth about “principle” questions on the LSAT.…

The Importance of Consistent Study

Listener Addy shares a great analogy between studying for the LSAT and running track. Ben and Nathan discuss the importance of consistency and how it can affect both your test scores and your overall motivation.…

Do I Really Have to Take Practice Tests?

Demon student Steph wants to know how important it is to do full-length practice tests. She finds that drilling and doing timed sections allows her to get more out of her review. Nathan and Ben say that doing a full practice every week or every other week is sufficient—just…