Shooting an Azimuth with LSAT Practice Tests
In this episode of the LSAT Literacy Project, I'm going all-in on LSAT practice tests. What they are, why you need them, and what to do with them when you're done. Shout out to Second Lieutenant Kiley Hunkler, a 2013 graduate of West Point and winner of a Rhodes Scholarship (as profiled in "Make it Stick" by Brown, Roediger, McDaniel), for the endlessly perfect analogy of shooting an azimuth to describe the testing effect. And listen, you need to read "Make it Stick" when you're done with the LSAT and before you go to Law School. You just gotta. Follow the LSAT Literacy Project on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter @LSATliteracy Don't forget to subscribe to the show!