Podcast with Steve Schwartz (LSAT Blog) and Graeme Blake (LSAT Hacks) answering your LSAT questions each week. Steve and Graeme are LSAT instructors with 99% percentile LSAT scores and several years of teaching experience. Steve and Graeme also (separately) run LSAT Blog and LSAT Hacks, respectively, and have seen every LSAT problem and situation under the sun. They go in-depth with advice on questions and explanations about every LSAT section and more.
Ep. 17: Farewell to the LSAT Pros podcast (at least for now)
In this episode, we bid farewell to the LSAT Pros podcast, at least for now. We share more about our other free LSAT resources and classes, and how to reach us.
Ep. 16. How to practice predicting LSAT Logical Reasoning and more
In this episode, we discuss how to practice predicting LSAT Logical Reasoning and more
Ep. 15: Law schools taking students with GRE vs. LSAT and more...
In this episode, we discuss:
-The question of law schools taking students with GRE vs. LSAT
-How to make and sustain significant improvement in LSAT Logical Reasoning?
-Our one piece of advice on LSAT Reading Comprehension
-How to factor in guesswork
-How to avoid getting frustrated on LSAT Logic Games
Hosted by Steve Schwartz from LSAT Blog and Graeme Blake from LSAT Hacks.
Ep. 14: LSAT Studying Over a 2-Month Period
In this episode, we discuss how to structure your LSAT studying over a 2-month period. Hosted by Graeme Blake from LSAT Hacks and Steve Schwartz from LSAT Blog.
Ep. 13: How to decide whether to cancel / retake the LSAT
Topics covered include:
Whether to cancel
Why people consider canceling - what could go wrong, when it’s not worth it
How long you have to cancel
July LSAT see score first
Deciding whether to retake
How long you need for a retake
When you’ve used every PrepTest
What to do differently next time
Ep. 12: How to pick up the pace on the LSAT...
In this episode, we discuss how to pick up the pace on the LSAT and more. Hosted by Graeme Blake from LSAT Hacks and Steve Schwartz from LSAT Blog.
This Law Professor Rates in A+
As a law professor I see students come into school wishing that had gotten just a few more points! Steve and Graham share great tips. And they make it so easy to learn them
The speakers feel pretty disengaged and distant.
great LSAT resource!!
What an interesting & informative podcast! It's great for someone who wants an in-depth resource for studying the LSAT, and it can help you no matter what stage of studying you're in. I'm just beginning my LSAT review, but this would be equally helpful for someone who has already put in practice and wants to take their study strategies to another level. You can tell that Graeme and Steve really care about their listeners and want them to get the best scores possible!