I Offer a Comprehensive Plan for Mastering All Sections of the LSAT
You Will Learn:
All of the logical skills and concepts used on the LSAT. These include logical operators, conditionals, quantification, valid argument types, and the most common forms of argument on the test.
The basics of formal and informal reasoning, including commonly used fallacies, how to diagram questions, assumption testing, and how to identify the parts of an argument.
An easy and comprehensive strategy for all logic games, including how to diagram games, types of inference, and methods for solving games quickly and accurately.
How to attack each type of reasoning question on the test. You will learn methods for each question, as well as how to understand the different question types and the skills they test.
Ways to make the test work for you. It is important to remember that the LSAT is not exactly a test. It is an instrument that strives to predict behavior. Thus, it is bound by specific and sometimes odd rules. These rules can be used strategically to help you.
You Will Receive:
Detailed evaluation of your specific strengths and weaknesses. I will tell you where you reason well, and where you reason badly, the types of inference you tend to miss (or not), and how to fix your errors.
Help with self-assessment and self-improvement. I will help you not only understand your errors in reasoning but also understand why you make them.
Help with the "time intensive" nature of the test. The test is designed for most students not to be able to complete in the time allotted. Thus, we will work on methods for working quickly but accurately.
Drills, problem sets, and practices designed specifically to address the skills you need to work on, and in ways that demonstrate how to apply those skills to the test.