Showing Up Daily

Listener Nikki shares a graphic to remind fellow LSAT students to study every day—even if you have time for only one question. Some days will be harder than others, but if you stay committed and show up daily, you will make progress.…

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…

Should I Quit My Job to Study for the LSAT?

Listener G works full time for a university while also studying for the LSAT. The daily grind of working plus studying has left G feeling burnt out to the point that they have thought about quitting their job to focus on the LSAT. But would quitting reflect poorly on G…

You Might Want to Give Up

Listener Sharonique has yet to break 140 on a practice LSAT—despite having studied for over nine months. When is it time to throw in the towel? Sharonique asks the guys for their honest advice.…

Success Won’t Come Overnight

Demon student Taylor asks how to know when she’s reached her full potential on the LSAT. Ben and Nathan take a look at Taylor’s stats and encourage her not to give up too soon. She’ll continue to make progress if she focuses on understanding her mistakes and…

The Myth of Full-Time Study

Listener Angela asks for advice on how to study for the LSAT effectively and efficiently while also working a full-time job. Ben and Nathan encourage Angela to set aside one high-quality hour per day for LSAT studying.…

How Much Study Is Too Much Study?

Listener Kiran asks how long is too long to study for the LSAT. Everyone’s timeline is different. Tune in to hear Ben’s and Nathan’s recommendations on how long to study and how to decide whether law school is actually the best path for you.…