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The PowerScore LSAT PodCast

Logic Games Bible author Dave Killoran (@davekilloran) and PowerScore Test Prep VP Jon Denning (@jonmdenning) are two of the world’s foremost experts on the LSAT and law school admissions, and they’ve created the PowerScore LSAT PodCast to share their knowledge and experience with you! Topics will range from specific LSAT concepts and strategies to test changes and updates to admissions advice and frequently-asked student questions, so be sure to (1) subscribe, (2) rate and review us, and (3) email us with any questions or concerns you’d like for us to cover. We look forward to hearing from you!

Jun 16, 2022

The June LSAT was another wild ride, from the use of two tests predicted in our latest Crystal Ball to the introduction of a brand new experimental Logic Games section! Join Dave and Jon as they break it all down, identifying source tests for the domestic and international exams, highlighting everything that was scored...


Jun 14, 2022

On Saturday, June 11th, test takers were shocked to encounter a brand new LSAT experimental section, blindsided by the fact that it was unannounced, was clearly labeled as unscored, and contained just three mini-Logic Games intermixed with survey questions about solution strategies. In Episode 112, Jon and Dave take a...


Jun 3, 2022

Dave and Jon’s LSAT Logic Games Explained series continues with a look at the most recent official test, PT 92+. This exam, first administered in February 2012 and then retested in June 2020, provides an opportunity to explore a games set wholly representative of modern LSATs, with a mix of Linear, Grouping,...


May 12, 2022

Well, we made it: the last of the April LSAT make up tests is finally behind us, closing the book on a long and rocky administration. Given the volume of test takers forced to sit for a retake, Jon and Dave have devoted an extra episode to the April make up exams, including how things went, what was scored and what was...


May 10, 2022

A surprising new policy has just been proposed by the ABA that would make the LSAT (and all other entrance exams) optional for law schools, paving the way for a future where applicants no longer need test scores for admission. In episode 109, Dave and Jon break down these developments, exploring where things stand,...