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The Thinking LSAT Podcast

By Nathan Fox and Ben Olson

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Ben Olson (ben@strategyprep.com) and Nathan Fox (nathan@foxlsat.com) started the Thinking LSAT Podcast to become better LSAT teachers, meet LSAT luminaries, and have some fun. Please 1) subscribe, 2) rate and review us, and 3) send us questions. We work for you.

Customer Reviews

Waste of time

The hosts spend most of their time generalizing about students, speculating about things they admit they have no knowledge of, and socializing. A tiny fraction of time spent is actually discussing test strategy.

Very unprofessional!

The language is obscene and completely unnecessary.

Iffy tangent commentary but invaluable LSAT/admissions advice

I have physically cringed at some of the misinformed things they say and assume about random tangent conversation topics. Also, they are pretty harsh on people that have taken time to write into the show for advice. However, their discussion and guidance on LSAT and law school topics is excellent and very helpful, particularly on questions that have no clear answer anywhere else you look, like whether x a good thing to put in an addendum, or how to maintain your LSAT progress when you won't be taking it until over a year out. Their strategies and tips for the specific components of the LSAT or your law school applications is incredibly helpful, and Ben's free course is great (I intend to watch Nathan's as well). There is a lot of noise out there on how you should study, how you should work through questions/sections, how you should be approaching the test or application process, etc, and I find myself trusting their verdict over that noise. There is also a lot of noise out there dissuading you from even going to law school, and unfortunately Ben and Nathan agree with that sentiment. To hear them argue how ridiculous and ill-advised law school is and still want to go is actually reassuring :)

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