Best lsat tutor podcasts we could find (Updated April 2018)
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Law School Expert, Inc. empowers and educates prospective law students about everything related to law school admission and the law school decision. Ann Levine, chief consultant and president, is the author of The Law School Admission Game (Amazon's bestselling law school guidebook) and The Law School Decision Game. The Law School Expert Blog is read by nearly 200,000 law school applicants each year.
 
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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 […]
 
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 […]
 
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 […]
 
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. […]
 
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 […]
 
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) ...…
 
Nathan Fox is the founder of Fox LSAT, a high-level program that teaches law students how to ace the LSAT. Fox LSAT offers live classes, online courses, books, videos, podcast, blogs and 1 on 1 tutoring. Out of 7 years of teaching, not 1 student has ever asked Nathan for a refund. In this episode we discuss: Nathan’s opinion on going to college ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Justin Meyer is in Long Island and works as an attorney with his father. By night, he writes and tutor students preparing for the LSAT and the SAT. He also is a father of two, and the uncle of a third. He blogs on legal topics at http://legalnotes.meyeresq.com if you’re interested, and he writes history-related articles for answers.com. Sadly, ...…
 
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 ...…
 
Ben and Nathan welcome to the podcast John Hankey, a meditation expert who shares how meditation can help you prepare for the LSAT and conquer test anxiety. Before speaking with John, they answer the following four LSAT preparation questions from listeners: What’s the best way to properly vet an LSAT tutor or course? If I want to improve my rea ...…
 
Ben and Nathan share thoughts about the September LSAT, and answer the following questions from two tutoring students about improving your LSAT score: What score improvement can most students expect to […]
 
Ben and Nathan share thoughts about the September LSAT, and answer the following questions from two tutoring students about improving your LSAT score: What score improvement can most students expect to see? Can you improve your Reading Comprehension score? If I’m getting the first 16 questions in Logical Reasoning correct, will it be difficult ...…
 
Nathan has a follow-up tutoring session with Ebony, a student from Dallas, Texas. When we were first introduced to Ebony, she was struggling with a learning disability and was unsure how it would impact her LSAT performance. In the time after her initial meeting with Nathan, Ebony put into practice the following strategies: Don’t skip the early ...…
 
This may just be creative self destruction for #podcasting and email but TechnoGranny prefers to think of it as an amazing extension to give us great alernatives.| ReplyAll is a the easiest way to create conversations between your writers or interviews with interesting guests that will develop live on your site. But instead of, time consuming a ...…
 
With school being over for many students parents often worry that their kids won’t be ready to continue their education during the summer. So what better way to ease your fears than to hire a tutor. The next question that comes to mind is how does one find the right tutor? Do I check the paper? Do I look online? Well WyzAnt solves that problem ...…
 
Podcast Highlight: This week’s podcast discusses LSAT training on-the-go, e.g., using flashcards and iPhone applications as a method of training and studying for the test. Our guests today are Andrew Brody, National Content Director for LSAT programs at The Princeton Review; Jeff Thomas, Assistant Director of Pre-Law programs for Kaplan Test Pr ...…
 
Podcast Highlight: Sponsored by PowerScore Test Preparation This week’s podcast discusses personal tutoring as a form of LSAT preparation. Our guests are Jeff Thomas, Assistant Director of Pre-Law Programs for Kaplan Test Prep, and Ron Gore, attorney and LSAT tutor/instructor for PowerScore Test Preparation. Jeff Thomas, Assistant Director of P ...…
 
You've taken the requisite LSAT prep course and now you don't know what else you can do to improve your score. Here's where I bring in LSAT tutor John Rood, president of Next Step Test Prep. We are going to talk about how to improve your LSAT score after you're done with your LSAT prep class: 1. What to do when you've already taken tons of prac ...…
 
Podcast Highlight: This week’s podcast discusses the logic games section of the LSAT. On the program we have Dave Killoran, CEO of PowerScore Test Preparation, and author of the Logic Games Bible and PowerScore’s LSAT courses; Jeff Thomas, Director of Pre-Law Programs for Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions; and Andrew Brody, National Content Direc ...…
 
Law school admission consultant Ann Levine of www.lawschoolexpert.com, and LSAT tutor Nathan Fox, will answer questions and provide advice and strategy for one lucky law school applicant currently studying for the LSAT. Stay tuned for advice on law school applications and LSAT preparation!
 
Ann Levine, of LawSchoolExpert.com and author of The Law School Admission Game: Play Like an Expert and The Law School Decision Game: A Playbook for Prospective Lawyers, interviews John Rood of Next Step Test Prep, an LSAT tutoring company. Topics will include: What you should be doing to prepare for the June 2012 LSAT How to decide whether to ...…
 
Hear from online LSAT prep companies, tutors and study programs about LSAT apps for iPads, video games, and online classes and tutoring to ind out the latest and greatest (and lamest?) in all things LSAT Prep.
 
Law school applicants have had to face the LSAT since 1948. Now, it's your turn. To help you prepare, we have interviewed the various test preparation companies to hear what they have to offer. They will discuss the different types of courses they offer, from traditional classroom courses, private tutoring and online courses. Each company will ...…
 
Join Ann Levine, author of "The Law School Admission Game: Play Like an Expert" as she talks with a panel of LSAT tutors about strategies for test day before the June 8, 2009 LSAT.
 
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