In something of a surprise move, LSAC just released the only new test content of the year: a single exam form used for the May 2020 LSAT-Flex. Dave and Jon diligently worked through it and are here with everything you need to know, including a detailed analysis of its scoring scale and a comprehensive breakdown of all four Logic Games, from setups to key inferences to tricky questions and more!
0:00 – Intro. Dave and Jon pour their drinks of the week (shout out to Fencepost Wines) before diving into the upcoming November test and the recently-released May ’20 LSAT-Flex test.
6:05 – This week in the LSAT world. Reminders about the November LSAT starting this week, and updates on the January test registration deadlines. Make sure to watch our recent Crystal Ball Webinar recording previewing content likely to appear on the November, January, February and April tests.
12:18 – New May Flex scale released. General thoughts on the first publicly released Flex test and how the official scoring scale panned out.
The May 2020 LSAT-Flex Logic Games Section
35:56 – Game 1 analysis (Local and Nonlocal Calls – Advanced Linear)
48:11 – Game 2 analysis (Table Tennis – Grouping)
1:04:27 – Game 3 analysis (City Meetings – Grouping)
1:18:55 – Game 4 analysis (Festival Plays – Basic Linear)
1:37:13 – Outro.