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May 16, 2016

Welcome back! Today we’re talking about some surprising LSAT myths with Nathan Fox, founder of Fox LSAT. 

In this episode we discuss:

Nathan shares his top myths about the LSAT (some of which are pretty surprising!):

         1. You should only take it once

         2. You need to finish the sections to score well

         3. You should closely monitor your time

         4. The logic games are hard

In addition:

  • Nathan shares his personal story about why he shouldn't have gone to law school
  • How scholarships work in relationship to how well you do on the LSAT
  • What do law school admissions people really care about? 
  • Alison shares her story about the LSAT and the mistakes she made
  • How to build up endurance for the LSAT
  • Why you need to practice the easy questions as much as the hard ones
  • The importance of the practice exam
  • When you should take the LSAT
  • Why you shouldn't fear the logic games
  • Tips to improve your LSAT score


Thanks for listening!

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Enjoy! And best of luck with the LSAT.

Alison & Lee