This Is Not How You Review

Demon student Jordan describes his blind-review process and asks for advice on how to ignore the clock and manage test anxiety. Ben and Nathan explain how to review more effectively and recommend that Jordan focus on reading slowly and carefully.…

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…

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.…

Super XL

Ben and Nathan attack a crooked salesperson’s flawed logic in question 10 from PrepTest 73. Try this question here, and then listen to Ben and Nathan’s full explanation.…

Decode the LSAT One Question at a Time

An anonymous Demon Live student asks the team for advice on how many classes to attend and how to approach drilling and review. Ben and Nathan recommend taking it one question at a time and focusing on understanding.…

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…

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…