PreTest | Real LSAT Diagnostic
The PreTest is a REAL LSAT that we use to gauge your individual strengths and weaknesses so we can tailor a personalized plan for your preparation. As you go through your training, you will see how questions and problems that were confusing, challenging, or too time-consuming on the PreTest suddenly make sense.
Lesson 1 | LSAT Overview & LSAT Logic I
In Lesson 1, you will learn why the LSAT is different from other exams, the radically different modes of thought & the major test-taking strategies you will need to score higher. And, in the Logic Lesson, you’ll see the logical Formulas you will need to translate “Rules” in the Puzzles section and to answer “Inference” Questions in Arguments.
Lesson 2 | Arguments I & LSAT Logic II
Lesson 2 covers the Formulas you will need to analyze LSAT Arguments — showing you how to answer “Conclusion,” “Assumption,” and “Flaw” Questions, and laying the groundwork for answering other question types in later Lessons. The Logic Lesson will cover advanced Formulas and Rule Translation in context.
Lesson 3 | Puzzles I & Passages I
In Lesson 3, we will give you a proven, powerful, and efficient step-by-step process for setting up and solving any LSAT Puzzle, and unique methods for attacking the three different Question Types. In the “Passages” part of the Lesson, you’ll see why LSAT Passages are NOT “Reading Comprehension” — and what they are instead. And you will learn a whole new way of reading specifically designed for answering LSAT Passages Questions.
Lesson 4 | Puzzles II & Arguments II
In Lesson 4, we will give you pre-fabricated picture setups for the three most commonly-tested “families” of Puzzles: “Ordering,” “Sorting,” and “Matching” Puzzles. In the Arguments section, you will learn the Formulas for five more major question types — “Strengthen” & “Weaken,” “Principle,” “Explanation,” and “Reconciliation” Questions – and how to recognize and avoid the trap answers, or “Distractors.”
Midterm | Real LSAT
The MidTerm is another REAL LSAT that allows you to try out your new techniques and strategies in a full-length exam. After you take the exam, it will be reviewed live by your professor. This detailed analysis will include the categories of “Distractors,” or trap answer types, that you fell for – so you can learn from your mistakes and avoid them on the Real LSAT.
Lesson 5 | Arguments III & Passages III
Lesson 5 covers the Formulas and tactics for the three most common Passages Question Types — “Primary P.,” “Inference,” and “Detail” Questions — and picture setups for the remaining minor Puzzles types. You will also see how to get more points in less time in both Puzzles and Passages and learn our own intelligent-guessing techniques that will get you points even when you do not have time to finish!
Lesson 6 | Arguments III & Passages III (continued)
In Lesson 6 you will polish off the remaining 8 Arguments Question Types, as well as the Arguments’ timing-and-pacing strategies. In the Passages section, you’ll cover the remaining Question Types and the Formulas for Passage structures and “Distractor,” or trap-answer categories.
Final | Real LSAT
The Final is a full-length exam, complete with an “experimental” section and Writing Sample, to build your stamina, and allow for discovering areas for final point-building changes in tactics and strategy.
Lesson 7| Writing Sample & Exam Day Preview
Lesson 7 covers the Writing Sample, and walks you through the entire exam day experience, so you will know what to expect. You will also have your final review of the entire course, with reminders of all the most important strategies and tactics, and a chance to ask last-minute questions. Don’t forget, though — we also give you up to 60 more REAL LSAT practice & review sessions – each with a live Instructor Q+A session. Nobody else gives you this much total class time – or even comes close!