Fresh off a simultaneously frustrating and satisfying Sunday of fantasy football, I’m back to talk about the LSAT, And what better way to study for the LSAT (or completely ruin your enjoyment of fantasy sports) than to analyze a logical error that’s brought up with alarming regularity in the sports world? My spidey-sense was triggered yesterday …
A common question that gets asked on a lot of message boards is: “This is what I’ve got (list of materials). What else do I need to get started?” And to be clear – questions about what books you should get, whether different methods will help you, and stuff like that are all 100% legitimate. …
There are almost exactly three months until the June LSAT, so if you’re looking to study with a tutor and don’t already have one, time’s a-tickin’! Here are some guidelines for you to follow when selecting a tutor.
One of my favorite web comics, Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal, illustrated several argument forms in this comic from early 2011. Check it out!
There are a lot of factors that go into whether someone is a good tutor, not all of which are easily discerned up front. But there is one thing that I consider to be an absolute must: a 170+ score on the real deal.
There are only four scored sections on the LSAT, which theoretically means that those should be the only four you care about. So why am I telling you to practice with five sections per test? Read on to find out!
If you watch TV at all, I’m sure you’ve seen this Allstate commercial making the rounds. It’s pretty funny (in my opinion), but does it make sense? Let’s examine.
What does 15 years of NFL quarterbacking experience have to do with the LSAT? More than you’d think! Check out what 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh has to say, and how it relates to you as an LSAT taker!
I ran across an interesting article today about the impact of interruptions on peoples’ ability to accurately complete tasks. Take a look, and then let’s discuss!
Hi everyone, I know this blog hasn’t been updated in quite some time and there haven’t been new videos uploaded recently either, but rest assured that I haven’t been idle – I just want to find the right framework and right structure to deliver what I’ve been working on.