Helpful, informative, and entertaining! This is a great resource for LSAT prep material and it feels like Iâm listening to my favorite radio show. These guys are vets in the industry and have an arsenal of tips to help LSAT students along the path of success. Theyâre pretty funny, too, which is a breath of fresh air in what can be a sometimes stale experience of endless studying. Highly recommend listening to all of them!
Youâre 45 mins in to an episode titled deconstructing the June 2019 LSAT. If youâre trying to avoid spoilers about the test youâre in the wrong place buddy hahaYou guys are great, keep up the humor and helpful teachings!
Love Dave and Jonâs banter (LSAT related and not), and I really appreciate how they help humanize this monster of a test. So many other LSAT podcasts are boring and kind of demoralizing, but I look forward to listening to each episode of this one and I feel like Iâm actually learning something new every time.
Gearing up for my second LSAT sitting and powerscore has helped me tremendously! Love this company and podcast.
Dave and Jon are absolutely amazing in this Podcast. Their expertise comes across in full-force when they discuss question types, make predictions for upcoming LSATs, and dissect specific LSAT problems. I have been listening to the Podcast on my morning commutes and it has quickly become an important tool in my LSAT prep arsenal. The advice given in this podcast has given me direction in my studies, allowing me to focus on topics that will give me the best ROI when I take the real test.
I just started preparing to take the LSAT and I'm a first generation college student so I've had plenty of questions regarding the LSAT. This podcast has been extremely helpful, informative, and entertaining.
The power score materials are insanely helpful. The books are very in-depth, well researched and useful and the podcast is fun, immersive and beneficial to listen to. The amount of time and energy these two put into analyzing the LSACâs test methods has allowed them to break each question into a type and develop succinct methods to help clarify and solve them.
As a lawyer and father of two pre-law students currently in college, I know that the LSAT and law school admissions are completely different now than when I went to law school, in the 1980s. Jon and David are incredibly knowledgeable regarding everything relating to both the LSAT and law school admissions. Their most recent podcast (February 2019: Episode 5) provides outstanding insight and real world examples of how aspiring law students can choose between competing law schools when they have mulitple options. Just great stuff for aspiring law students and their families.
Extremely helpful- motivating discussions!