While the March 2022 LSAT proved limited in both popularity and content—fewer than 7,000 people sat for it, and only two test forms were used—it still managed to pack quite a punch for those in attendance!
Join Jon and Dave as they kick off a new podcast series: entire games sections from official PTs fully explained, from the setups and key inferences to the trickiest questions and answer choices, all deconstructed through the eyes of the masters themselves! In this episode they tackle PT 1 from June 1991, the first LSAT of the modern era and a set of games that even 30 years later has an incredible wealth of insights to offer.
The February 2022 LSAT is officially over, which means Dave and Jon are in the clear to reveal everything you need to know about it! In Episode 103 they outline the scored and experimental sections used, general impressions of difficulty, and, as always, their scoring scale predictions for every section combination. Don't miss it!
0:00 – Intro. “Land of Confusion” by Genesis previews the recent week of February testing.
As we cross the halfway point of the 2021-2022 admissions cycle, Jon and Dave are taking a close look at the data to explain exactly how things are going so far. Tune in as they explore the current applicant and LSAT numbers, compare this cycle to the past two, and make predictions about what to expect this spring. They’ll also explore some specific scenarios from retakes to waitlists and give advice on precisely what applicants should do next!
As the first LSAT of 2022 comes to a close, Dave and Jon are kicking off the new year with a detailed test recap! Join them as they review the January test, outlining what was real and what was experimental, the relative difficulty of every scored section, the expected curves from 155-170 for each configuration, and the continued hot streak of their Crystal Ball predictions (including some updated thoughts on February).