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The Thinking LSAT Podcast
 
00:00:00 – Introduction—The results are in from the June 2017 LSAT, and Nate and Ben discuss how their students fared. 00:02:07 – Holy shit. The guys have made it to episode 100. Did you ever think that would happen? They didn’t necessarily. Nate and Ben talk about what it’s been like to host Thinking LSAT and to answer emails with an untouchab ...…
 
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The Thinking LSAT Podcast
 
00:03:38 – The performance feedback came back for the digital LSAT pilot test—and everyone’s pretty disappointed. 00:06:40 – Emily wants to know if a LSAT prep course will improve her […]
 
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The Thinking LSAT Podcast
 
With the June LSAT behind us, we discuss early reports from the test and dig into listener emails. Sorry for Nathan’s bad audio—he’s 1) on the road and 2) bad at […]
 
With Harvard following Arizona's lead and accepting GRE scores in the admissions process, more schools are starting to warm to the exam. But is the GRE really as good as the LSAT? Are schools just doing this as a cash grab at the expense of the profession? Elie thinks the GRE is basically filled out in crayon. Joe thinks it's a perfectly accept ...…
 
With Harvard following Arizona's lead and accepting GRE scores in the admissions process, more schools are starting to warm to the exam. But is the GRE really as good as the LSAT? Are schools just doing this as a cash grab at the expense of the profession? Elie thinks the GRE is basically filled out in crayon. Joe thinks it's a perfectly accept ...…
 
00:02:05 – The biggest message is: You’ve either put in the work or not. “The hay is in the barn.” 00:03:36 – Don’t get caught up in “small sample” glitches—it’s […]
 
Note! Today’s show notes are a direct transcription of the entire one hour, 36 minute show, with timestamps every 30 seconds. If you read them, you will learn that Nathan […]
 
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The Law School Toolbox Podcast: Tools for Law Students from 1L to the Bar Exam, and Beyond
 
Welcome back! Today, we’re talking with Nathan Fox, founder of Fox LSAT, about the future of the LSAT. The test is, in large part, the same as it has always been and it has enjoyed a protracted monopoly in the law school admissions process, but could that be changing? Tune in for more! In this episode, we discuss: New “competition” for the LSAT ...…
 
Alert! Today’s show notes were written by Nathan, so don’t be surprised if you find them saltier and less amusing than Andi’s usual sweetness and light. Today’s pre-show ramblings include Nathan […]
 
Looking for an LSAT prep course? Consider Ben’s 100-Hour Online LSAT Course or Nathan’s Fox LSAT On Demand class. Also, try Fox LSAT’s free trial course to see if Nathan’s […]
 
Today, I visited with Kyle Weldon, a second year law student at Texas A&M University School of Law. If you have ever wondered what law school is like or thought about applying, or if you're in the throws of the LSAT or your first year and looking for some advice, listen up! Kyle and I discuss a variety of topics including how our unconventional ...…
 
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The Thinking LSAT Podcast
 
Ben recommends a book that he’s been enjoying: What Doesn’t Kill Us: How Freezing Water, Extreme Altitude and Environmental Conditioning Will Renew Our Lost Evolutionary Strength. Ben’s started taking cold […]
 
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The Thinking LSAT Podcast
 
Unfortunately, Ben just cannot deal! Ads with relentlessly poppy, upbeat, hand-clapping music are making him want to run for the hills. And if the tune features xylophones? Forget about it. […]
 
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The Thinking LSAT Podcast
 
An update from musician-turned-future-lawyer Peter notifies the guys that, despite their best efforts to dissuade him, he did indeed apply to Temple Law School with his 164 LSAT score. The […]
 
This week in the Law School Insider we are bringing you Jeff Thomas, Executive Director, Pre-Law Programs for Kaplan Test Prep. It was great having Jeff Thomas on the show as he talked to us about the LSAT, Bar Preparation and many other things.
 
Feeling down about the election/the country/the very fabric of your existence?? Fear not, dear listeners, Nathan knows what will turn that frown upside-down…more LSAT prep! In the wake of Trumpocalypse, he is offering a $200 discount on his online, on demand prep course. This offer ends November 15 so use code ‘Trumpocalypse’ to sign up, rock t ...…
 
Feeling down about the election/the country/the very fabric of your existence?? Fear not, dear listeners, Nathan knows what will turn that frown upside-down…more LSAT prep! In the wake of Trumpocalypse, […]
 
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The Thinking LSAT Podcast
 
Nathan introduces a new Thinking LSAT feature: Really Dumb Move of the (September 2016) LSAT. A tutoring student of his receives the honors this time for discussing the test’s difficulty with a friend during break and then letting that discussion throw off her performance later. Honorable mention is awarded to a really loud wrist watch. (6:28) ...…
 
Ben reads and recommends Alexander Hamilton. The biography by Ron Chernow inspired the recent musical phenomenon and Ben thinks it could also be an inspiration for aspiring lawyers. (5:30) Dreaming of a job in Big Law? If so, fire up your laptop and follow along as a recent law school grad offers advice on scoring a job at a Top 30 firm like sh ...…
 
The recent release of The 10 Actual, Official LSAT Prep Tests 42-51 by the LSAC has Nathan and Ben all in a tizzy. While Nathan grumbles about the price, title, and layout, Ben is busy taking credit for willing the book into existence. (2:19) This week, Ben’s Book Corner features Make It Stick- The Science of Successful Learning. The book ident ...…
 
The recent release of The 10 Actual, Official LSAT Prep Tests 42-51 by the LSAC has Nathan and Ben all in a tizzy. While Nathan grumbles about the price, title, […]
 
Ben jumps right into Episode 68 by introducing listeners to LSAT India and their catchy tagline, “All you need is reason.” Nathan wants to check out this version of the 2009 test but reminds us that here in America, the LSAT motto is more like “All you need is money.” (1:28) We discuss a study that looks at the impact of texting and email on hu ...…
 
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Taming the High Cost of College! : Financial Aid | FAFSA | Student Loans | Scholarships | Tax | Saving | Investing | Grants | 529 plans
 
Is your child a hard worker or high achiever? Do they like to argue? Maybe law school is the right graduate school path for them. Nathan Fox is the author of “Cheating the LSAT” and four other LSAT books. He shares his wisdom here for any family even remotely considering the idea of taking the LSAT and going on to law school. “It’s the most exp ...…
 
We open Episode 66 with some book recommendations; Ben is enjoying Chaos Monkeys by Antonio García Martínez and Nathan just finished Ready Player One by Ernest Cline. Reading these could expand your mind and your vocabulary; at the very least, they will be more interesting than reading The Economist. (2:40) Mike, a dedicated listener and studen ...…
 
Ben recommends Grit by Angela Duckworth, a book that could help with your LSAT prep and studying mindset. In that same vein, he mentions episode 202 of the podcast “The […]
 
Ben recommends Grit by Angela Duckworth, a book that could help with your LSAT prep and studying mindset. In that same vein, he mentions episode 202 of the podcast “The Art of Manliness,” which discusses the effort and commitment required to achieve a goal. (5:27) Next, a barrage of emails (3 can be a barrage, right??) from listeners who want t ...…
 
Episode 61 features an interview with Seth Harding, a 15 year old college senior who is preparing to take the LSAT. Seth is planning to take the test on June 6th and hopes to raise his current practice score of 148 to an Ivy-league competitive score within the next 3 weeks. Will we convince Seth to postpone his test date, as his goal is extreme ...…
 
Are you suffering from a case of MCAT anxiety? We’ve got the prescription for you in this week’s podcast episode. Meet our guest. [0:30] Meet Bryan Schnedeker, National MCAT Director for Next Step Test Prep and a standardized test expert. He scored 44 on the old MCAT and a perfect 180 on the LSAT, and has... Read More The post A Cure for MCAT A ...…
 
Are you suffering from a case of MCAT anxiety? We’ve got the prescription for you in this week’s podcast episode. Meet our guest. [0:30] Meet Bryan Schnedeker, National MCAT Director for Next Step Test Prep and a standardized test expert. He scored 44 on the old MCAT and a perfect 180 on the LSAT, and has... Read More The post A Cure for MCAT A ...…
 
In Episode 59, Nathan interviews Alison Monahan: Columbia Law School graduate, co-creator of The Law School Toolbox and Bar Exam Toolbox programs and podcast, and creator of The Girl’s Guide to Law School. 10 Things You’ll Hate About Alison Monahan: 10- Nathan nicknamed her “The Hustler.” So awesome. (0:55) 9- She could have gone to medical sch ...…
 
Two old dudes leave the jogging to the kids while they rhapsodize over the benefits of swimming slow laps—it’s so easy on the joints! Nathan really hammers the point home when he makes Ben aware of a runner’s worst nightmare…nipple bleeding (4:20). Good news! Law schools are giving out more scholarships than ever! Bad news–you’re going to have ...…
 
After a bad test day and a “questionable” prep guide got him a 147 on the LSAT, Torvald* uses the Thinking LSAT podcast to jump his retake score to a […]
 
After a bad test day and a “questionable” prep guide got him a 147 on the LSAT, Torvald* uses the Thinking LSAT podcast to jump his retake score to a 165 — Gratulerer, Torvald! As he considers law school options, Torvald wonders how to leverage scholarship offers from lower-ranked schools to get the best offer from his top-choice program. We ad ...…
 
Interview with Ryan Gilbert: a 3rd year associate at the oldest law firm in Florida, my friend and classmate in law school, and an all around great guy. TUNE IN to learn about why we went to law school, what law school is truly like, what life after law school looks like for Ryan, along with other gems including: best/worst thing about law scho ...…
 
We interview Ann Levine, law school admissions expert, author and yoga teacher. Ann counsels us on the importance of meditation in creating a clear mind before studying. She also discusses test day anxiety and answers questions about the admissions cycle. Read more about Ann and sign up for her newsletter here. (2:00) Listener John is joining a ...…
 
Arnold took the LSAT in October and December 2015, and ended up raising his score to 174. We talk about retaking the LSAT, the third Logic Game on the December LSAT, and how actual LSAT scores compare to practice exams. (5:24) Hannah has a question about an application fee waiver. She took the December LSAT and improved ten points to 163. She r ...…
 
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College Hockey Today
 
From WJC roster reaction to LSAT prep, College Hockey Today covers the full 200 feet in this week's episode. Along the way co-hosts Nate Ewell (@nateewell, @collegehockey) and Brad Schlossman (@SchlossmanGF) check in on two undefeateds having historic seasons, the wide-open Big Ten and a string of surprising sweeps from teams that had struggled ...…
 
We discuss the current state of LSAT accommodations since the topic was discussed in episode 43. We tackle Logical Reasoning question 10 (Section 2) from the June 2007 LSAT. Camilla asks what ranges we recommend for reach, target and safety when using the LSAC calculator and the percentage it gives. Two listeners ask if they should spend time r ...…
 
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The College Admissions Toolbox Podcast: College Applications, Essays, Scholarships, Test Prep, and More…
 
Mark Greenstein has taught test prep since 1987 and has been a speaker on college admissions, vouchers, choice in schools, and education reform. He is the publisher of the Rising Stars’ Heart of Darkness, an annotated version of Conrad’s novel, designed for SAT Prep. He has taught LSAT prep to over 1000 students, and SAT prep to over 800. Mark ...…
 
This student’s practice LSAT score is stuck in the mid 140s, despite the fact she has been studying for quite some time using several different prep materials. She wants to reach the 150s. Should she take the October LSAT or wait until December? This student has been studying consistently for the LSAT and scoring in the mid 160s. But as the Oct ...…
 
This student’s practice LSAT score is stuck in the mid 140s, despite the fact she has been studying for quite some time using several different prep materials. She wants to […]
 
Student Loan Expert Heather Jarvis addresses the following topics: What are need-based versus merit-based scholarships? How does tuition discounting work? How should students ask for more scholarship money? Tips for borrowing and reducing living expenses in law school. Should you borrow money from an IRA investment account or take out student l ...…
 
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Brothers From Another Podcast
 
This is the 21st episode and Branden celebrates by taking a shot! Antonio is still putting off his LSAT Prep, Geno Smith gets his jaw broke, our thoughts on Apple Music, Google & Alphabet, “BlackLivesMatter” at Bernie Sanders Rally in Seattle, is Trump serious?, and The Hateful Eight trailer. Try Bevel FREE for one month. https://getbevel.com/i ...…
 
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The Thinking LSAT Podcast
 
In this week’s podcast, we answer the following questions about retaking the LSAT: Dylan has a 3.5 GPA and scored a 163 on the LSAT, yet he got as high as 167 on practice tests. Should he apply to law school early through rolling admission, or retake the LSAT in hopes of a higher score? Lauren scored a 170 on the June LSAT. She is considering r ...…
 
LSAT teacher and author Graeme Blake joins us to answer a few questions from the Reddit LSAT forum and reflects on the current state of the LSAT and law school admissions. Here are the topics Graeme addresses: What is the success rate when people retake the LSAT? (read the question on Reddit) What are the basics of an LSAT prep plan? There are ...…
 
In this week’s podcast, we answer questions about the different types of LSAT prep programs, and which one is best for you. Here’s a look at our discussion: What’s the best way to study using the LSAT test prep books I purchased for the June test? Should prospective law students take a LSAT prep program? What is the advantage of taking an in-pe ...…
 
In this week’s podcast, we answer questions about the different types of LSAT prep programs, and which one is best for you. Here’s a look at our discussion: What’s the best […]
 
Podcast Highlight: This week’s program sheds light on the cost of applying to law school. While most students think only of LSAT and application fees when they consider the expenses involved with the law school application process, there are various other costs involved. In addition to LSAT and application fees, students will also incur Law Sch ...…
 
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