Rank #1: Episode 70: Big Law Advice from A Recent Graduate
Sep 28 2016
Rank #2: Ep. 154: Getting into law school with Ann Levine
Aug 20 2018
Rank #3: Episode 97: Last minute advice for the June 2017 LSAT
Jun 08 2017
Rank #4: Thinking LSAT 35-Minute Timer
May 22 2018
Rank #5: Ep. 147: Detailed and Nuanced Reading
Jul 09 2018
Rank #6: Episode 67: Or Am I…
Aug 20 2016
Rank #7: Ep. 193: Logic Games Home Runs
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6/27 – June scores are released
7/15 – July LSAT
7:17 – Email 1—Alana received a rather amusing and ingenious email from Wash U. Turns out they are writing folks and offering FREE* law-school-admissions advice. Of course, they mention, it sure would be easier to give you said advice if you actually applied to Wash U. so they can review your application documents during the consultation.
The guys half love this slick move by Wash U, but they’re also hearing Admiral Ackbar issuing a warning from the cosmos. On one hand, this move basically starts a negotiation with Wash U. You apply to their school. You get a one on one with their staff so you can feel each other out. Pretty cool so far… But their free advice will probably leave you with some warm and fuzzies about Wash U., increasing your chances of actually attending the school if you get in. On the other hand, whether or not you go to Wash U., you are getting advice from admissions officers who will probably share a valuable perspective on your admissions docs.
We’d love to hear about this experience if any listeners dare to give it a try…
May 20 2019
Rank #8: Episode 53: How Do You Pace Yourself During the Logical Reasoning Section?
Feb 04 2016
Rank #9: Episode 88: Let’s Make A Deal
Mar 27 2017
Rank #10: Episode 3: Should I cancel my LSAT score?
Jun 13 2014
Rank #11: Episode 57: Leveraging Scholarship Offers, When to Start Law School, and Tips for Campus Visits
Mar 29 2016
Rank #12: Ep. 141: I turned down Harvard Law School
May 29 2018
Rank #13: Ep. 125: Plan Don’t Cram
Feb 06 2018
Rank #14: Ep. 179: Logic Games Fundamentals
Feb 11 2019
Rank #15: Episode 49: Should a Student Retake the LSAT After Getting a Score of 171?
Should this listener retake the LSAT after getting a score of 171 on the October test?
A listener from Brazil is studying for the LSAT and has taken five practice tests with scores ranging from 153 to 166. He asks the following questions: Do I have a chance at a scholarship (even with a lower GPA) at a good school? Is a 175 score feasible? Does being an international student make a difference for law school admission?
We also tackle Logical Reasoning question 12 (Section 2) from the June 2007 LSAT.
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Dec 16 2015
Rank #16: Episode 79: Little White Lies and the Diagramming Demon
Dec 31 2016
Rank #17: Ep. 120: Back to the LSAT
Jan 02 2018
Rank #18: Ep. 122: Stop statsturbating
Jan 16 2018
Rank #19: Episode 78: Think You’re Overthinking? Think Again.
Dec 18 2016
Rank #20: Ep. 187: 154 to 175 with LSAT Tutor Max Youngquist
Apr 08 2019