The September 2019 LSAT Logic Games section was a killer for many test-takers, but Jon and Dave are here to help! Tune in as they deconstruct the latest set of games and explain exactly how to tackle this test’s toughest content.
The PodCast’s 20th episode is dedicated to the July 2019 LSAT, from its shaky rollout to its section-by-section content to its unique experimental section treatment. Jon and Dave run through a host of stories from the first-ever digital administration—some good, most shockingly bad—then turn their attention to the test itself and offer their take on what […]
In Episode 18 of our LSAT Podcast, Jon and Dave bid farewell to the last-ever paper test with a deep dive into the just-released June 2019 LSAT. Section by section, they deconstruct the exam, running through LR’s most notable features and their favorite questions, analyzing all four RC passages and the highlights (and lowlights) of […]
PowerScore LSAT Predictions Curious to know which Logical Reasoning question types have been the most frequent, the most variable, and the most consistent on LSATs the last three years? Or what trends in Reading Comp you can expect the test makers to continue to emphasize? Did you realize that two crucial skills have served as […]
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June 2018 is here, and a bit early this year. Hopefully this year’s test went well for everyone. Whether you are taking one of the upcoming tests or are just looking to see how things played out in June, we have some initial thoughts about this most recent installment. So, without further ado, let’s get right to […]
Complete Breakdown Last Friday the LSAC released the June LSAT scores and the latest test. We’ve been busy evaluating its features and preparing our analysis for you. In this article, we will break down the Logical Reasoning (LR) sections, point out the most important features, and compare them to other recent LR sections and LSAT norms. […]
Curious to know why Justify the Conclusion (Sufficient Assumption) questions have taken such a backseat in recent years to LR types like Strengthen and softer Must Be True? Or why there were as many Point At Issue questions on just the last LSAT as there were Main Points in all of 2017? Did you realize […]
Head to Head Last Friday, while many may have been dreaming of sugar-plums, LSAC was busy releasing December LSAT scores. We have the latest LSAT test and are pleased to present the first installment of our complete test recap. In this article, we shall break down the Logical Reasoning (LR) sections, point out their salient […]
“Forget it, Jake. It’s Chinatown.” Last Thursday, December 21, LSAC shocked the world with a dramatically early tweet indicating scores for the December LSAT would be released later that day, almost two full weeks before the official date of January 3rd. Over the next fifty minutes or so, news of the imminent score release spread like wildfire amongst […]