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Any good LSAT audiobooks

rtvansantrtvansant Alum Member
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Anyone know of any good audiobook resources that would be worthwhile? I spent 1.5-2 hrs in the car commuting every day and figured I might as well is that time to “study” and learn/reinforce...
Thanks!

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  • RealLaw612RealLaw612 Legacy Member
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    "Let's LSAT" by Jacob Erez is a bunch of tips from top scorers and is about three hours long. "A Cadre of Experts" by the same author is an LSAT guide in the form of a novel. I did quite a few other ones too but these two were the only ones I'd recommend. I listened to "Let's LSAT" four times and each time I found several new ideas to employ in my studies.

  • kmarie.skmarie.s Legacy Member
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    thinkingLSAT is fantastic and covers a wide range of topics from studying to applying!

  • lsatplaylistlsatplaylist Alum Member
    5244 karma

    Here's hoping some Sages write books with audiobook options. :)

  • Granger DangerGranger Danger Alum Member
    717 karma

    I personally really enjoy listening to the 7sage podcast. Lots of great interviews from past high scorers and broad-strokes LR strategies. Not an audiobook as per your post, but I highly recommend.

  • mrowley91mrowley91 Alum Member
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    I second the suggestion for the 7Sage Podcast and Thinking LSAT Podcast. I listen to them all the time: they're both entertaining, free, and informative!

  • FindingSageFindingSage Alum Member
    2042 karma

    I have a very similar commute and listen to podcasts on the way to and from work. I loved the 7 Sage one it was my first choice but JY stopped making new ones so I started looking for others. I listen to Thinking LSAT podcast now and love it. Nathan really helped me change my frame of my mind in Logical reasoning especially. I also listen to Power Score podcast as well and enjoy that one. I try to learn everything I can from both to not waste my commute time.

  • This_is_HardThis_is_Hard Alum Member
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    Thanks for those recommendations! Didn't really think of audio books until seeing it on the main page. An excellent way to get in some extra LSAT practice =)

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