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Ben Olson (ben@strategyprep.com) and Nathan Fox (nathan@foxlsat.com) started the Thinking LSAT Podcast to become better LSAT teachers, meet LSAT luminaries, and have some fun. Please 1) subscribe, 2) rate and review us, and 3) send us questions. We work for you.

Thinking LSAT Nathan Fox and Ben Olson

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    • 4.7, 467 Ratings

Ben Olson (ben@strategyprep.com) and Nathan Fox (nathan@foxlsat.com) started the Thinking LSAT Podcast to become better LSAT teachers, meet LSAT luminaries, and have some fun. Please 1) subscribe, 2) rate and review us, and 3) send us questions. We work for you.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
467 Ratings

467 Ratings

Andrew Cone ,

First Itunes review, you guys are worth it

This podcast was instrumental to my studying in preparation for the LSAT.

Ben and Nathan turned a daunting task in to something that I looked forward to on a daily basis! They provide great explanations, keep it entertaining, and also give some amazing study tips/strategies.

I started listening for the LSAT but have been able to continue listening for personal statement advice and what I see as high entertainment value.

Matty The Horse ,

LSAT Demon, more like angel

The podcast is absolutely phenomenal. I happened upon it by complete chance and I am so happy that I did. The LSAT Demon is definitely a bit pricey at $95/month, but trust me it is so worth it, especially if you consider how much money you can save on law school with a good LSAT score. Not only do you get in depth feedback, but the online times sections feature is priceless. You have access to tons of previous LSAT’s and can take full timed prep tests or just timed sections from previous prep tests. I cannot express how worth it that $95 is.

TIFANNNN ,

Very entertaining and informative

I came across this podcast after reading about it online and I have to say that, so far, it has very much lived up to the hype.

Two experts sit around and dole out free advice on the LSAT? Advice that, under other circumstances, is (understandably) costly?

Yes, please.

This is akin to sitting at a table with Bill Burr and Joe Rogan so as to gain insight on joke-telling.

Why in God’s name would you not listen?

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