Yelp Review of the Week: How the LSAT Prep Course Helped This Student
Q and A: Will Law Schools Admit Applicants if Their LSAT Score Does Not Meet the Minimum Standard?
A student recently asked me how likely a law school is to admit a student if their LSAT score doesn’t meet the school’s minimum standard. He also wanted some advice on whether to apply to multiple schools when he was already accepted to one. Here are my answers to these questions.Read more
Yelp Review of the Week: The Fox Test Prep Quick and Dirty LSAT Primer
Here’s what Kate M. from San Diego, CA had to say after using my Introducing the LSAT: The Fox Test Prep Quick & Dirty LSAT Primer book.Read more
December 2014 LSAT Review
Review the December 2014 LSAT while it’s still hot off the presses. Get my thoughts and explanations for all four Logic Games and as many of the Logical Reasoning questions as time allows. Kickstart your preparation for the February or June 2015 tests by reviewing the most recent practice test.Read more
Q and A: Should You Diagram Logical Reasoning Questions?
Yelp Review of the Week: Nathan Fox and the Online LSAT Class
How to Apply for LSAT Testing Accommodations
I hear from a lot of students who plan to take the LSAT and need help applying for testing accommodations. The LSAC does provide appropriate accommodations for students with documented disabilities. I have students immediately gain 15 LSAT points when they start taking practice tests under accommodated conditions, so it is hugely important that you apply for accommodations if you are eligible.Read more