Are the Logic Games Changing Forever? (Ep. 355)

Love ’em or hate ’em, LSAT logic games—as we know them—are not long for this world. While the future of the games is uncertain, some June test takers were given a sneak peak at possible changes to come. Nathan and Ben discuss the lawsuit that prompted redevelopment of the LSAT’s Analytical Reasoning section and reminisce about the old days of paper testing. The guys then debunk an LSAT myth in another episode of Pearls vs. Turds. They share a helpful tip from a TED talk. And to wrap up, they answer listener questions about grad GPAs, résumés, and diagnostic tests.


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08:11 - Are the Logic Games Changing?


43:12 - Pearls vs. Turds


46:47 - A Tip for Getting Straight A’s


52:51 - Building Your Law School Résumé


1:06:08 - Diagnostic Test




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