What If I Run Out of Practice Questions?

Demon student Anthony has been studying for over eight hours every day and is worried that he will soon run out of official LSAT questions to practice. The guys first recommend that Anthony cut down on the amount of time he spends studying. They also explain why running out of…

How to Blind Review

Demon student Charles asks for advice on the best way to blind review. Should you flag challenging questions during timed sections and then review them without knowing whether you got them correct? Tune in to hear Ben’s and Nathan’s thoughts. Then, check out Nathan’s recorded class on…

A Turd from an Angel

An anonymous listener shares a turd that’s been floating around in an LSAT Facebook group. A commenter—“LSAT Angel”—advised students not to take more than one practice test in the next five months. Ben and Nathan debunk this foolish idea and encourage listeners to get off of Facebook.…

Does Taking the LSAT Multiple Times Look Bad?

Demon student Carina asks the guys to weigh in on some dubious advice she received at a law school open house. The admissions personnel admonished applicants against taking the LSAT multiple times. Nathan and Ben characterize this advice as a scare tactic used by mediocre law schools to dissuade potential…

The 85% Rule

Demon student Nikki is eager to push her practice test scores from the mid 170s to the high 170s. How can she squeeze out those last few LSAT points? Nathan and Ben advise Nikki to focus more on understanding individual questions and not to fixate on reaching perfection. Ben explains…

Blind Review Strategy

Listener Mike thanks the guys for their advice on how to review effectively and avoid burnout (episode 216). Nathan and Ben list six questions that you should always ask yourself when blind-reviewing a question.…

Interpreting Your Diagnostic Test

Congratulations, you’ve completed your first practice LSAT. There are 90-something more of them available. Most students will do at least 10 tests before they’re ready for their first crack at the real thing. (Many students will do 20 tests, or 40 tests, or more.) You’ve dipped your…

The LSAT Is in Two Days, OMFG

Just kidding. Some of you will take the LSAT in a couple of days. Some of you won’t. No one should suffer heart palpitations either way. If you’re not taking the official test this week, you should be doing your regularly scheduled drilling, timed practice sections…