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How To Make Your LSAT Prep Smart and not Dumb

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I recently uploaded a new video to the site (it’s also on YouTube; right here), in which I explain the theoretical basis for smart LSAT prep. I thought you might also enjoy reading it, so I’ve written up what is basically a transcript.

What I want to do here is start by getting you ready in a big-picture, First Principle kind of way for the manner in which we’re going to move you from a place of unfamiliarity, discomfort (and perhaps also fear) to a place of confidence, assurance, and readiness.

How To Do LSAT Logic Games, Fast  

This is what I'm talking about!

This is what I'm talking about!

So, you want to do logic games more efficiently? You’ve come to the right place, kid. Let’s kick off that LSAT prep of yours with some sweet, sweet tips on how to be faster at Games:

The Podcast is Here

LSAT Prep Podcast by Dave Hall

So, this is our podcast. We intend it to be a wide-ranging conversation of things LSAT preparation related, and of law-school-admission, logic, and kicking ass.

(You can listen here, or by searching iTunes for "LSAT Kung Fu")

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