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  1. Hey everyone, I run LSAT Hacks. (If you haven't heard of it, there are free written explanations for dozens of preptests here: https://lsathacks.com/explanations/ ) I'm going to be traveling to Vancouver on April 12th, and running an LSAT course there. Let me know if you're interested. It's either going to be an evening course for 6 days, or a weekend course on April 15th and 16th. It will be a small group, max class size ten. I ran a similar class in October in Toronto, and it was a lot of fun! In a class that size I'm able to tailor everything to fit what the group needs. Also, if you used my site and are done with the LSAT (yet still reading this for some reason) and want to meet up while I'm in town, let me know!
  2. I'm the creator of LSAT Hacks. I'm going to be visiting Toronto the weekend of January 28th, and am running a study session that afternoon from 1-5. There are more details here if you'd like to join: https://www.facebook.com/events/240044153073113/
  3. I'm going to be visiting for a few days towards the end of the month, I'll be teaching a weekend class on the 29th and 30th. If you're interested in that class, let me know and I'll send you details. But I'm also looking to meet with people who used my site. For those who don't recognize my username, I'm the creator of LSAT Hacks, which has a few thousand free LSAT explanations. So I'm guessing there are people here in Toronto who used my stuff, and are now waiting for your scores? If you'd like to meet up when I'm in town, let me know. These are the explanations if you're not sure what I'm talking about: http://lsathacks.com/explanations
  4. Possibly! Haven't decided yet. But there will definitely made by the webinar software sent to all registrants. So if you can't make it, you can access that afterwards by following the same link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5257086525425115138
  5. Aimed at those studying for the September LSAT, and also those retaking from the June LSAT. I'll be covering study strategies, timeline, when to retake, and an how to approach each section. (My background is that I scored 177 and run LSAT Hacks) You can sign up here. It's at 7 pm, Tuesday July 5th. It's free: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5257086525425115138 Let me know if this crosses any lines. I figured it would be useful for forum members. p.s. Anyone studying in Montreal or Vancouver? I live in Montreal, and might be traveling to Vancouver. Nice to meet students for coffee now and again.
  6. If you're studying in Montreal, I'm running a study group locally: https://www.facebook.com/groups/montreal.lsat/ Usually once a week some of us gather in a cafe and go over questions. People from the group are also organized to take timed sections/PTs + review. I'm a tutor and creator of LSAT Hacks. I'm doing this for free locally because it's fun. So if you're in Montreal come join us.
  7. I've been gathering beta testers for an online course I'm making, in Montreal. I have four so far. Soon I'm going to see if they want to form a study group as well. If you want in PM me.
  8. I'll take a stab at it: http://lsatqa.com - Free LSAT Scorer (note: 7Sage also has one of these) http://7sage.com - Free Logic Games Explanations, LSAT Proctor, LSAT scorer http://lsatblog.blogspot.com - Free articles. Good advice, and really goes in depth on anything you could possibly want to know about the LSAT http://www.cambridgelsat.com - Tons of free stuff, including question type classifications and excel files. Look around, there's plenty there http://www.thelsattrainer.com - Mike has posted several free chapters from his excellent book here. http://lsathacks.com - My site. I'm posting free text explanations for LSAT preptests. ---------------------------- This is actually the golden age of free LSAT prep materials. There's never been so much good stuff available.
  9. Hey everyone, I released free explantions for the October LSAT. They're the same explanations I publish on amazon. Let me know what you think! http://lsathacks.com/explanations/lsat-preptest-70/ Let me know what you think. Also, feel free to ask me anything about Canadian law schools, I'm based in Montreal.
  10. Thanks for pointing that out. I can't edit my original post, but please everyone ignore what I said about amazon reviews of 35minutes.com As LSAT Blog indirectly pointed out, I accidently slandered them by mistaking them for another product.
  11. That timer falls apart, based on the amazon reviews. Just use a watch, one that works. People make this more complicated than it is. 1. Set it to 11:25 2. At 12 noon, the section is done. 3. Wind it back to 11:25. Takes less than 2 seconds. 4. Repeat. Works perfectly.
  12. Thanks Chris. I never formally studied for the LSAT with Powerscore or any other method. I took Testmasters instructor training but was out of my depth. I could do the questions, of course, but I only developed real skill with the test by teaching it. So I just learned as I went and developed methods while teaching. So that's why there's no LSAT lingo in my explanations. I never learned any, beyond what's actually essential (e.g. "sufficient condition"). They're written the same way I think and talk about questions. Shabam, for 40-60 you can get them on LSAT Blog or Cambridge LSAT. I've got LR explanations for 39-43 that I think you can get at both sites. I haven't finished the other sections so I didn't post them to my own site yet. For 29-38 you can get explanations at either of the above sources, or on the books page of my own site. I also have paper books on amazon for those tests: http://www.amazon.com/Graeme-Blake/e/B009A0YBWO/
  13. No, I left to work on my own stuff. Mainly books, now experimenting with this site. I'm still on good terms with the guys from 7Sage.
  14. Quick update: I've released explanations for LSAT 68 as well: http://lsathacks.com/explanations/lsat-68/ Is this something you guys find useful? I'm considering releasing explanations for other tests.
  15. I'm an LSAT tutor in Montreal. If you get a group started, let me know. I know a few people taking it in October.
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