This Is a Big Red Flag

Demon tutors Francesca and Erik take over the pod to discuss a common mistake made by LSAT students: rushing to answer questions without fully understanding them. They describe a red flag for this mistake and offer advice on how to approach all types of LSAT questions.…

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…

Hard Choices, Easy Life

An anonymous Demon student asks for advice on whether full four-section practice tests or individual timed sections are better for practice. Ben and Nathan share their thoughts. They also encourage students to let go of LSAT timelines and, in some cases, make the hard decision to postpone law school.…

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…

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…

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.…