You’re Studying LSAT Logical Reasoning Wrong
(Learn How To Do It Right)
Yes, you heard me. You need to change how you study.
You’re not getting the score you want, right?
Otherwise, you wouldn’t be searching the internet for LSAT advice.
You’re smart. You worked hard, and you got through University.
But you’ve never seen anything like the LSAT.
You do lots of questions, you try different methods, but your score is hardly improving.
You want to get better at Logical Reasoning — It’s half of the LSAT.
Master it, and you’ll do well.
Are Your Methods Working?
You’ve studied the logical reasoning question types.
You learned what a sufficient condition is.
You’ve done a lot of logical reasoning questions.
That stuff is useful. You need to do it.
But it’s not enough – not nearly enough.
How Not To Study Logical Reasoning
Think about how you review questions.
Be honest – Do you move on without knowing why all the wrong answers are wrong?
That’s what most people do. “It’s not that important”, they say.
They’re wrong. If you don’t know why a wrong answer is wrong,
then you didn’t truly understand the question.
You might have got it right this time.
But unless you learn to understand the questions, you’ll make mistakes.
How High Scorers Study
My best LSAT students — who raised their score 10-15 points — reviewed EVERYTHING.
One of my students scored 176, up from 165.
He spent *5-10 times* as much time reviewing a question as he did answering the question.
Why? Because once he finished, he understood the question.
When he saw the same flaw later — he knew how to deal with it.
My student learned how to find an argument’s conclusion.
He knew the reasoning that supported it.
– He could tell you why every wrong answer was wrong –
Understand your mistakes, and you’ll improve.
Pro Tip — How To Review Logical Reasoning Questions
Ready? Here’s what you should do after — every — test:
1. Mark down every question and every answer choice you’re unsure about.
2. Review *everything* you marked down.
3. Reread everything — as many times as it takes to understand.
4. Take notes and Identify Things You Keep Getting Wrong.
It takes longer — compared to not learning.
Taking the time to get things right is the best way to learn.
You can test your understanding by studying with a friend.
If you can explain a question to your friend — so that he understands it — then you understand it.
What If You Can’t Figure Out A Question By Yourself?
My students don’t study for LSAT all on their own.
— > When they really can’t figure something out, they come to me.
We spent hours together, talking through hard questions.
But not everyone can afford a tutor.
My Students told me –“you should write this stuff down “- So I did.
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I wrote explanations — for all 20 Logical Reasoning Sections — from ten LSATs.
Over 500 questions explained.
I tell you everything I would say about a question if you were sitting in front of me for a lesson.
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What’s in the book?
1. Explanations for every Logical Reasoning Question in LSATs 29-38.
2. Reasons why each answer choice is right or wrong.
3. An analysis of every question.
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5. You get a guide to all of the question types.
6. You see the conclusion and reasoning for each argument.
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Note: You’ll need tests 29-38
(The tests in LSAC’s “The Next Ten Actual Official LSATs”)
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