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…

Rethinking Your Study Plan

Student Bilal has revamped his LSAT study plan after struggling to break a score plateau two years ago. He now plans to drill each section for an hour a day before attempting another timed section or test. Ben and Nathan point out problems with this strategy and recommend a more…

LSAT Writing

Student Gabe wonders how much weight the LSAT Writing section has on a law school application and what he can do to prepare for it. Nathan and Ben remind listeners that the writing sample is not scored and thus not a priority, but it will accompany all your applications, so…

Detective Work on Logical Reasoning

LSAT Demon student G has been struggling with some Logical Reasoning questions. Does not having a reaction to the passage mean they don’t actually understand it? Nathan and Ben explain that active reading involves stopping after each sentence to react. Ensure that you fully understand what was already said…

You Can’t Cram for the LSAT

Listener Owen reports taking his first official LSAT with only one week of prep and scoring 154. He’s now registered for the June test and plans to sign up for a month of LSAT Demon Premium to prepare. Is 30 days enough time for him to bring his score…

Practice Tests Are Foundational to Your LSAT Study

Listener Nicole plans to start studying with LSAT Demon and wonders whether to take practice tests with three or four sections after she builds her LSAT foundation. Ben and Nathan want to make one thing clear: Timed practice tests are part of building your LSAT foundation. All students should start…

LSAC’s New Legal Education Program vs. the LSAT

LSAC has announced a new pilot program to prepare undergraduate students for law school. Might this coursework replace the LSAT, as some dramatic headlines suggest? Nathan reminds listeners to read the actual articles, not just the headlines.…

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…