Reserved Spot Deductions in LG

Reserved Spot Deductions in LG

If you’ve been working on Logic Games, you know that making deductions is key, whether in the setup stage or while working through the questions. Today I’m going to share with you a key source of deductions for in/out games: the reserved spot deduction. It’s a type of...
Future-focused blind review for LSAT

Future-focused blind review for LSAT

You’ve landed on one of the most important blog posts on my website. Whether you’ve never heard of “blind review” or are already using the method in your own prep, what I am sharing with you here is a BETTER way to review for the LSAT – and even a better way to...
How to set your LSAT study plan

How to set your LSAT study plan

I often see students ask for a pre-made 3-month or 6-month study plan for the LSAT. And the desire is understandable. There is so much information out there, and without a study plan, it’s hard to know whether you are studying effectively. But a customized LSAT study...
Accountability in your LSAT prep

Accountability in your LSAT prep

Whether you are self-studying or taking an LSAT course, it’s going to be tough to succeed if you have trouble sticking to a plan for your studies. And sure, life can get in the way sometimes, but even when nothing is actively preventing us from getting down to...
How to practice for the LSAT

How to practice for the LSAT

Students always ask for the perfect LSAT study plan, but here’s the thing. There is no one-size-fits-all study plan that works for all students. Instead, the best thing to do is to adjust your study plan to reflect your strengths and weaknesses, your schedule, your...