quick LSAT check-in

If you’re feeling stuck with your LSAT prep – just reach out and let me know, and I’ll do what I can to help. 

You're clearly committed to succeeding on the LSAT - you demonstrated that by choosing to invest in yourself by continuing to read my articles.

However, I know the going can get tough at times, so if you just need some extra motivation, here's another of my favorite videos (football-focused, but the message is applicable to LSAT).

One quick tip: watching inspirational videos, listening to inspirational music, etc., really does make a difference in shifting you into a success-oriented mindset as you get into "LSAT prep" mode.

Anyway, please let me know if you need anything!


Here’s that advice I promised on reviewing:
* Analyze exactly where your error or misunderstanding stemmed from. Was it something in the passage or the answer choices?

* If it was in the passage, was it your approach to reading the passage that was ineffective or incorrect, or was it something in the passage text itself that you misunderstood?

* If it was in the answer choices, what was it in the incorrect answer choice you chose, identify what it was about the wrong answer choice that tempted you. Then identify what made it wrong in the

* If there was something in the correct answer that made it seem unappealing, identify what it was.

* And identify what made it correct in the end.

Through repeating this process several times, you'll start to identify patterns in how LSAC constructs tempting incorrect answer choices.

You'll see different types of techniques LSAC uses to make incorrect answer choices tempting.

By the way, if you need some extra help, keep in mind that I often work with students privately 1-on-1. Reach out if you're interested in finding out more.

P.S. Did you join the LSAT Unplugged Facebook Group yet?

You can join here ----->
In this group, you can find study partners and connect with like-minded students. I'll also be popping in to do the occasional Facebook Live video and share additional resources. Hope to see you there!

P.P.S. Next time, I’ll share with you a few free bonuses for being part of the LSAT courses.

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