Blueprint LSAT Blog: Reading Comprehension Advice

blog image 1
Listening to These Podcasts Can Make You Better at Reading Comp

At some point while studying for the LSAT, you will have the delightful experience of doing a reading comp passage that’s right in your wheelhouse. You are a Russian Literature major and the passage is on Doestoevsky or you’re a math major and the passage is an explanation of fractal geometry. Familiarity with the topic

READ MORE
blog image 1
Read All About It: 4 Common Mistakes in LSAT Reading Comp

While today would already be a great day just by virtue of being a Monday, this particular Monday is extra-special because it’s the day after International Literacy Day! The timing is uncanny, given that LSAT Reading Comprehension may have reduced some of you to suspecting that you might be illiterate after all. By this point,

READ MORE
blog image 1
Ameliorating the Pernicious Nature of LSAT Vocabulary

The LSAT, thank God, is not a vocabulary test. Unlike the GRE, you don’t have to sit down with a bunch of flashcards learning words that you would never see outside of a David Foster Wallace novel. LSAC is testing your logical reasoning ability, and they know that your knowledge of esoteric words doesn’t really

READ MORE