Improving Concentration on Reading Comprehension

An anonymous student asks for suggestions on how to improve their concentration on boring Reading Comprehension passages. The guys recommend slowing down and digesting one sentence at a time. They also announce the launch of a new meditation feature designed to improve concentration and promote healthy study breaks while drilling…

Some Reading Comprehension Advice

Student John is averaging around 167 on practice tests. But he still struggles with Reading Comprehension. Why is he scoring worse on RC than on other sections? Tune in to hear the guys dish out advice on how to approach reading passages on the LSAT.…

Lawyers Can’t Say “Excuse the Typos”

Listener Hayley writes in to ask Nathan and Ben for advice. Before they even get to her question, the guys notice several typos in her email. Their first piece of advice: Proofread your writing. If you’re going to be a lawyer, you need to practice careful communication. The guys…

How to Improve Your Writing Before Law School

Listener F asks for advice on how to improve their writing skills before law school. Ben and Nathan make some recommendations, including the books Legal Writing in Plain English, by Bryan Garner, and On Writing, by Stephen King.…

LSAT Logic Games Is a Test of Reading Comprehension

LSAT novices are frequently intimidated by Logic Games, perceiving them as “mathy” and therefore impenetrable for a future lawyer. In truth, the only math that appears on the LSAT—such as knowing what “more than” or “twice as many” means—is well…

The LSAT Is the Foundation of Your Legal Career

Settling for anything less than your best on the LSAT is building your legal career on a shaky foundation. I understand the desire for it to be over. Nobody wants to live with the LSAT forever—except for me, of course. But we have to deal with what actually…