Logic Games Bible author Dave Killoran (@davekilloran) and PowerScore Test Prep VP Jon Denning (@jonmdenning) are two of the world’s foremost experts on the LSAT and law school admissions, and they’ve created the PowerScore LSAT PodCast to share their knowledge and experience with you! Topics will range from specific LSAT concepts and strategies to test changes and updates to admissions advice and frequently-asked student questions, so be sure to (1) subscribe, (2) rate and review us, and (3) email us with any questions or concerns you’d like for us to cover at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you!
February 2024 LSAT Recap
The February 2024 LSAT is officially over, giving Dave and Jon license to reveal everything you need to know about it. Tune in as they outline the scored and experimental sections used, general impressions of difficulty, and, as always, their scoring scale predictions for every section combination!
January 2024 LSAT Recap
The January 2024 LSAT proved a colossal kickoff to the year, with roughly 20,000 people testing over four full days! And as always, Jon and Dave tracked every minute of it and have the full recap: from the domestic tests to the internationals, they cover every section breaking down what was scored and what was experimental, the origins of each reuse (including the accuracy of their latest Crystal Ball), and the expected curves based on the difficulty of each test combination.
State of the LSAT Union: 2023 Recap and 2024 Preview
2023 provided a host of LSAT milestones, from LSAC’s rocky new partnership with testing provider Prometric to the announcement that Logic Games were soon to be removed, and as tradition demands Dave and Jon are on scene to sum it all up. Kick off 2024 with them as they look back on the events of the past year, and offer insights into what the next 12 months have in store.
Student Mailbag #12: Admissions Edition
In Episode 144, Jon and Dave dig into our student mailbag once again, this time tackling questions focused on law school admissions. Tune in to hear them address graduate school credentials, how and when to write addenda, common character and fitness concerns, and a number of LSAT-related questions from the weight given to the test to how schools view multiple attempts to Score Preview and cancellations!
November 2023 LSAT Recap
The last LSAT of 2023 has wrapped, and Dave and Jon have all the details! Tune in as they cover the November test week from start to finish, discussing the many scored and experimental sections, the relative difficulty of everything presented, their expectations for the various scoring scales, and—to top it all off—the accuracy of their predictions from their latest Crystal Ball webinar (spoiler: nailed it again).
The Death of LSAT Logic Games
Beginning with the August 2024 administration, the LSAT will no longer include an Analytical Reasoning (Logic Games) section, marking the most significant change to the test’s format in years. In Episode 142, Jon and Dave discuss this monumental transformation, explaining exactly what’s happening, how it will affect students and their prep, and what PowerScore has planned to help test takers capitalize on this seismic shift.
Best LSAT podcast ever - best study books too!
These guys are incredible, no joke.
Start with the Bible study guides and listen to each podcast. I coasted into the Lsat with great vibes and solid knowledge due to
Dave and Jon.
Stick to topic and explain more
Even starting at their first episode, I felt completely lost not knowing half of the acronyms or in-depth advanced knowledge of the LSAT. They started talking about immediately.
More annoyingly than that, despite them being obviously very knowledgeable on the subject they don’t talk much about the subject and instead talk too much about music, mixed cocktails, sports, and their personal lives or some thing I just don’t care.
Maybe have multiple episodes per week so I can skip the ones I don’t like which are off-topic other listeners may enjoy that and maybe include some beginner episodes to get us up to speed but maybe aren’t already deep in LSAT knowledge.
Love this podcast
Super useful information but also fun. Love listening to the hosts and how they break things down and give relevant advice.