Podcast Highlight:

This week’s podcast discusses LSAT training on-the-go, e.g., using flashcards and iPhone applications as a method of training and studying for the test. Our guests today are Andrew Brody, National Content Director for LSAT programs at The Princeton Review; Jeff Thomas, Assistant Director of Pre-Law programs for Kaplan Test Prep; and Ashish Rangnekar, co-founder and CEO of Watermelon EXPRESS, a company that produces educational iPhone and iPad applications for the GMAT and the LSAT.

Our first guest, Andrew Brody, believes that LSAT training on-the-go should only be used as a supplement to a more rigorous training schedule involving LSAT classes, tutors, and practice tests. He suggests that students can do a variety of things to prepare for the LSAT on-the-go: Listen to podcasts, use iPhone apps, or even change their everyday reading material to focus on a different part of the test on a daily basis. However, he emphasizes that on-the-go training should ideally only be done along with another, more formal, type of LSAT practice.

Our second guest, Jeff Thomas, agrees with Brody and suggests that on-the-go options are good for students who only use that source of training as a supplement. If a student is too busy to prepare for the LSAT using traditional resources such as classes and practice tests, and only uses on-the-go materials, Thomas suggests that they should reconsider their priorities and rearrange their schedule to find time to properly prepare for the test. He also talks about his company’s many on-the-go studying options and their more traditional ways to prepare for the LSAT.

Our final guest, Ashish Rangnekar, says that his company’s LSAT applications offer a convenient way for students to prepare for the LSAT. Rangnekar says that, along with including a great deal of study material in the application, Watermelon EXPRESS also offers the ability to socialize with other students using the LSAT preparation application.


Andrew Brody – National Director for LSAT programs at The Princeton Review
Jeff Thomas – Director of Pre-Law Programs for Kaplan Test Prep
Ashish Rangnekar – Co-founder of Watermelon Express

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  1. Ah yes, the postgraduate sduties! I have only yet to begin my undergrad sduties this Fall, but I still have at least 3 years to go before I head off into med school. By then, i’d probably be in a similar situation as you worrying about my MCAT, and among other things too. I’d be extremely worried about getting into med schools, and all those other fun things.’ Everything will definitely pay off in the end! It will be a great feeling when you’re standing there, and you’re finally thinking, I’m an attorney! All the best!

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