Today we are happy to present a special LSAT podcast that features PowerScore Vice President of Development and Training Jon Denning, PowerScore Senior Instructor Andrew Ash, and Ms. JD Prelaw Program Director Ani Torossian.
Throughout the 35-minute conversation, Jon, Andrew, and Ani touch on such prevalent topics as:
- Is the LSAT a skill or IQ test?
- What are the most effective methods of LSAT prep?
- How much time should students allot towards LSAT prep?
- What are the biggest mistakes that people preparing for the LSAT should avoid?
- Tips for February LSAT takers using self-study guides
- What should students do while they are waiting for their scores?
- What factors determine whether you should keep or cancel your score?
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Learn more about the podcast participants:
Ani Torossian is the Prelaw Program Director at Ms. JD. She oversees content creation and aims to bring new voices to the prelaw blog. She graduated from Columbia University with a master’s degree in international relations and holds a bachelor’s degree in international relations from UCLA. Born in Armenia, raised in Russia, and having grown up in the U.S., she seeks to merge her international background and academic interests with a career in law.
Jon Denning is PowerScore’s VP of Development and Training. He oversees product creation and instructor training for all of the exam services PowerScore offers. He is also a Senior Instructor with 99th percentile scores on the LSAT, GMAT, GRE, SAT, and ACT. Jon is widely regarded as one of the nation’s foremost authorities on LSAT preparation, and for the past decade has assisted thousands of students in the law school admissions process. He has also created/co-created a number of PowerScore’s LSAT courses and publications, including the Full-length and Live Online LSAT Courses, the Advanced Logic Games Course, the Advanced Logical Reasoning Course, and a number of books in PowerScore’s popular LSAT Deconstructed Series.
Andrew Ash is one of PowerScore’s top instructors and tutors located in the New York City area. After graduating cum laude from Yale University, he proceeded to take an interest in the law field and enrolled in a PowerScore Full-Length course to focus on his LSAT preparation. After scoring a 173 on the test in 2013, Andrew went on to join PowerScore as an instructor and has been helping students unlock the strategies that helped him achieve a 99th percentile score ever since.