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LSAT Prep Course

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About this Course

This is a comprehensive and rigorous course. It contains all the content from the 560-page book Master The LSAT, so it is fully self-contained. You will not need to get any outside materials for the course.

Basic knowledge
  • You should have basic college level verbal and logical reasoning skills. The course is designed to improve those skills, especially logical reasoning skills
What you will learn
  • The LSAT is not easy–nor is this course. To improve your LSAT score, you must be willing to work. If you study hard and master the techniques in this course, your score will improve–significantly!
Curriculum
Number of Lecture: 504
Total Duration: 08:00:12
ABOUT THIS COURSE
  • About This Course 1  
  • About This Course 2  
ORIENTATION
  • What Does the LSAT Measure 1  
  • What Does the LSAT Measure 2  
  • Format of the LSAT 1  
  • Format of the LSAT 2  
  • Format of the LSAT 3  
  • Writing Sample  
  • The Three Types of Problems  
  • Games 1  
  • Games 2  
  • Games 3  
  • Arguments 1  
  • Arguments 2  
  • Arguments 3  
  • Arguments 4  
  • Reading Comprehension 1  
  • Reading Comprehension 2  
  • Reading Comprehension 3  
  • The Three Types of Problems Summary  
  • Pacing  
  • Scoring the LSAT 1  
  • Scoring the LSAT 2  
  • Skipping and Guessing  
  • Order of Difficulty  
  • The “2 out of 5” Rule  
  • How to Use this Course  
  • Questions and Answers 1  
  • Questions and Answers 2  
GAMES INTRODUCTION
  • Games Introduction  
  • Ordering Games  
  • Ordering Games Example  
  • Grouping Games.mp4  
  • Grouping Games Example  
  • Assignment Games  
  • Assignment Games Example  
  • Format of the Game Section  
  • Skipping a Game  
  • Order of Difficulty - Games  
  • Reading with Precision (Part 1)  
  • Reading with Precision (Part 2)  
  • Unwarranted Assumptions  
  • Reading with Precision Drill 1A  
  • Reading with Precision Drill 1B  
  • Reading with Precision Drill 1C  
  • Logical Connectives If-Then (Part 1)  
  • Logical Connectives If-Then (Part 2)  
  • Logical Connectives Contrapositive  
  • Logical Connectives-Two Negatives  
  • Logical Connectives-A if and only if B  
  • Logical Connectives-A only if B  
  • Logical Connectives-A unless B  
  • Logical Connectives-Transitive Property  
  • Diagramming  
  • Symbols 1  
  • Symbols 2  
  • Symbols 3  
  • Symbols 4  
  • Symbol Exercise 1  
  • Symbol Exercise 2  
  • Symbol Exercise 3  
  • Diagramming Continued 1  
  • Diagramming Continued 2  
  • Diagramming Continued 3  
  • Conditions Order-of-Placement Guidelines  
  • Order of Placement Drill 1  
  • Order of Placement Drill 2  
  • Diagramming Continued A  
  • Diagramming Continued B  
  • Readily Derived Conditions  
  • Obfuscation 1  
  • Obfuscation 2  
  • Obfuscation 3  
  • Obfuscation 4  
  • Points to Remember 1  
  • Points to Remember 2  
  • Points to Remember 3  
  • Points to Remember 4  
LINEAR ORDERING
  • Linear Ordering - Introduction 1  
  • Linear Ordering - Introduction 2  
SPATIAL ORDERING
  • Spatial Ordering - The Line-up 1  
  • Spatial Ordering - The Line-up 2  
  • Line-up Game Example 1  
  • Line-up Game Example 2  
  • Line-up Game Example 3  
  • Line-up Game Example 4  
  • Line-up Game Example 5  
  • Points to Remember  
  • Warm-Up Drill A  
  • Warm-Up Drill B  
  • Mentor Exercise 1  
  • Mentor Exercise 2  
  • Mentor Exercise 3  
  • Mentor Exercise 4  
  • Mentor Exercise 5  
  • Mentor Exercise 6  
  • Solo Exercise 1  
  • Solo Exercise 2  
  • Solo Exercise 3  
  • Solo Exercise 4  
  • Solo Exercise 5  
  • Solo Exercise 6  
  • Solo Exercise 7  
  • Solo Exercise 8  
  • Solo Exercise 9  
  • Solo Exercise 10  
HYBRID GAMES
  • Hybrid Games - Introduction  
  • Hybrid Game Example 1  
  • Hybrid Game Example 2  
  • Hybrid Game Example 3  
  • Hybrid Game Example 4  
  • Hybrid Game Example 5  
  • Hybrid Games - Points to Remember  
  • Hybrid Games Mentor Exercise 1  
  • Hybrid Games Mentor Exercise 2  
  • Hybrid Games Mentor Exercise 3  
  • Hybrid Games Mentor Exercise 4  
  • Hybrid Games Solo Exercise 1  
  • Hybrid Games Solo Exercise 2  
  • Hybrid Games Solo Exercise 3  
  • Hybrid Games Solo Exercise 4  
  • Hybrid Games Solo Exercise 5  
  • Hybrid Games Solo Exercise 6  
  • Hybrid Games Solo Exercise 7  
  • Hybrid Games Solo Exercise 8  
  • Hybrid Games Solo Exercise 9  
  • Hybrid Games Solo Exercise 10  
  • Hybrid Games Solo Exercise 11  
SEQUENTIAL GAMES
  • Sequential Games - Introduction  
  • Sequential Games - Chronological Games  
  • Chronological Game Example 1  
  • Chronological Game Example 2  
  • Chronological Game Example 3  
  • Chronological Game Example 4  
  • Chronological Game Example 5  
  • Chronological Games - Points to Remember  
  • Chronological Games - Solo Exercise 1  
  • Chronological Games - Solo Exercise 2  
  • Chronological Games - Solo Exercise 3  
  • Chronological Games - Solo Exercise 4  
  • Chronological Games - Solo Exercise 5  
  • Chronological Games - Solo Exercise 6  
  • Chronological Games - Solo Exercise 7  
  • Chronological Games - Solo Exercise 8  
  • Chronological Games - Solo Exercise 9  
GENERATING FORMULAS
  • Generating Formulas - Introduction 1  
  • Generating Formulas - Introduction 2  
  • Generating Formula Game Example 1  
  • Generating Formula Game Example 2  
  • Generating Formula Game Example 3  
  • Generating Formula Game Example 4  
  • Generating Formula Game Example 5  
  • Generating Formulas - Points to Remember  
  • Generating Formulas Solo Exercise 1  
  • Generating Formulas Solo Exercise 2  
  • Generating Formulas Solo Exercise 3  
  • Generating Formulas Solo Exercise 4  
PATHS AND FLOW CHARTS
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Introduction 1  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Introduction 2  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Introduction 3  
  • If-then Drill  
  • Solutions to If-then Drill  
  • Flow Chart Game Example 1  
  • Flow Chart Game Example 2  
  • Flow Chart Game Example 3  
  • Circuit Game Example 1  
  • Circuit Game Example 2  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Points to Remember  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Mentor Exercise 1  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Mentor Exercise 2  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Mentor Exercise 3  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Mentor Exercise 4  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Mentor Exercise 5  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Mentor Exercise 6  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Solo Exercise 1  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Solo Exercise 2  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Solo Exercise 3  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Solo Exercise 4  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Solo Exercise 5  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Solo Exercise 6  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Solo Exercise 7  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Solo Exercise 8  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Solo Exercise 9  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Solo Exercise 10  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Solo Exercise 11  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Solo Exercise 12  
  • Paths and Flow Charts - Solo Exercise 13  
GROUPING GAMES
  • Grouping Games - Introduction  
  • Selection Game Example 1  
  • Selection Game Example 2  
  • Selection Game Example 3  
  • Selection Game Example 4  
  • Selection Game Example 5  
  • Grouping by Threes Example 1  
  • Grouping by Threes Example 2  
  • Grouping by Threes Example 3  
  • Grouping by Threes Example 4  
  • Grouping by Threes Example 5  
  • Grouping Games - Points to Remember  
  • Warm-Up Drill 1  
  • Warm-Up Drill 2  
  • Grouping Games - Solo Exercise 1  
  • Grouping Games - Solo Exercise 2  
  • Grouping Games - Solo Exercise 3  
  • Grouping Games - Solo Exercise 4  
  • Grouping Games - Solo Exercise 5  
  • Grouping Games - Solo Exercise 6  
  • Grouping Games - Solo Exercise 7  
  • Grouping Games - Solo Exercise 8  
ASSIGNMENT GAMES
  • Assignment Games - Introduction 1  
  • Assignment Games - Introduction 2  
  • Assignment Games - Introduction 3  
  • Elimination Grid Example 1  
  • Elimination Grid Example 2  
  • Elimination Grid Example 3  
  • Elimination Grid Example 4  
  • Assignment Games - Introduction 4  
  • Multiple-Choice Game Example 1  
  • Multiple-Choice Game Example 2  
  • Multiple-Choice Game Example 3  
  • Multiple-Choice Game Example 4  
  • Multiple-Choice Game Example 5  
  • Assignment Games - Introduction 5  
  • Assignment Games - Points to Remember  
  • Assignment Games Solo Exercise 1  
  • Assignment Games Solo Exercise 2  
  • Assignment Games Solo Exercise 3  
  • Assignment Games Solo Exercise 4  
  • Assignment Games Solo Exercise 5  
  • Assignment Games Solo Exercise 6  
ARGUMENTS INTRODUCTION
  • Arguments - Introduction 1  
  • Arguments - Introduction 2  
  • Arguments - Introduction 3  
  • Arguments - Obfuscation 1  
  • Arguments - Obfuscation 2  
  • Arguments - Obfuscation 3  
  • Arguments - Points to Remember  
LOGIC I
  • Logic I - Introduction  
  • Conclusions 1  
  • Conclusions 2  
  • Conclusions 3  
  • Conclusions 4 - Literal Meaning  
  • Conclusions 5 - The Meaning of "Some"  
  • Conclusions 6 - Conclusion Indicators  
  • Conclusions 7  
  • Conclusions 8  
  • Conclusions 9  
  • Conclusions 10  
  • Conclusions 11 - Quantifiers  
  • Conclusions Example 1  
  • Conclusions Example 2  
  • Warm-Up Drill – Conclusions A  
  • Warm-Up Drill – Conclusions B  
  • Warm-Up Drill – Conclusions C  
  • Premises 1  
  • Premises 2  
  • Premises 3 - Suppressed Premises  
  • Premises 4  
  • Premises 5 Example 1  
  • Premises 6 Example 2  
  • Premises 7 Example 3  
  • Premises 8 - Warm-Up Drill A  
  • Premises 9 - Warm-Up Drill B  
  • Premises 10 - Counter-Premises  
  • Premises 11 - Counter-Premises  
  • Premises 12 - Counter-Premise Indicators  
  • Premises 13 - Counter-Premises Example  
  • Premises 14 - Counter-Premises - Argument Outlines  
  • Logic I - Points to Remember 1  
  • Logic I - Points to Remember 2  
  • Logic I - Points to Remember 3  
  • Logic I - Problem 1  
  • Logic I - Problem 2  
  • Logic I - Problem 3  
  • Logic I - Problem 4  
  • Logic I - Problem 5  
  • Logic I - Problem 6  
  • Logic I - Problem 7  
  • Logic I - Problem 8  
  • Logic I - Problem 9  
  • Logic I - Problem 10  
  • Logic I - Problem 11  
  • Logic I - Problem 12  
  • Logic I - Problem 13  
  • Logic I - Problem 14  
  • Logic I - Problem 15  
  • Logic I - Problem 16  
  • Logic I - Problem 17  
  • Logic I - Problem 18  
  • Logic I - Problem 19  
  • Logic I - Problem 20  
  • Logic I - Problem 21  
  • Logic I - Problem 22  
  • Logic I - Problem 23  
  • Logic I - Problem 24  
  • Logic I - Problem 25  
  • Logic I - Problem 26  
LOGIC II (DIAGRAMMING)
  • Logic II (Diagramming) - Introduction  
  • If-Then  
  • If-Then Example  
  • Embedded If-Then Statements  
  • Embedded If-Then Statements (continued)  
  • Embedded If-Then Drill A  
  • Embedded If-Then Drill B  
  • Affirming the Conclusion Fallacy  
  • Affirming the Conclusion Fallacy Example  
  • Denying the Premise Fallacy  
  • Denying the Premise Fallacy Example  
  • Transitive Property  
  • Transitive Property Example  
  • DeMorgan’s Laws  
  • DeMorgan’s Laws (continued)  
  • DeMorgan’s Laws (continued 2)  
  • A unless B  
  • A unless B Example  
  • Game-Like Arguments  
  • Game-Like Arguments Example  
  • Logic II (Diagramming) - Points to Remember 1  
  • Logic II (Diagramming) - Points to Remember 2  
  • Problem 1  
  • Problem 2  
  • Problem 3  
  • Problem 4  
  • Problem 5  
  • Problem 6  
  • Problem 7  
  • Problem 8  
  • Problem 9  
  • Problem 10  
  • Problem 11  
  • Problem 12  
  • Problem 13  
  • Problem 14  
  • Problem 15  
  • Problem 16  
  • Problem 17  
  • Problem 18  
INDUCTIVE REASONING
  • Inductive Reasoning - Introduction  
  • Generalization  
  • Generalization Example  
  • Analogy  
  • Analogy Indicators  
  • Analogy Example  
  • Causal Reasoning  
  • Causal Reasoning (continued)  
  • Causal Reasoning Example  
  • All Things Being Equal  
  • All Things Being Equal - Controlled Experiments  
  • All Things Being Equal - Controlled Experiments Example  
  • Percentage vs. Absolute Number  
  • Percentage vs. Absolute Number Example  
  • Inductive Reasoning - Points to Remember  
  • Inductive Reasoning Problem 1  
  • Inductive Reasoning Problem 2  
  • Inductive Reasoning Problem 3  
  • Inductive Reasoning Problem 4  
  • Inductive Reasoning Problem 5  
  • Inductive Reasoning Problem 6  
  • Inductive Reasoning Problem 7  
COMMON FALLACIES
  • Common Fallacies - Introduction  
  • Contradiction  
  • Contradiction Example  
  • Equivocation  
  • Equivocation Example  
  • Circular Reasoning  
  • Circular Reasoning Example  
  • Shifting the Burden of Proof  
  • Shifting the Burden of Proof (continued)  
  • Shifting the Burden of Proof Example  
  • Shifting the Burden of Proof (continued 2)  
  • Common Fallacies - Unwarranted Assumptions  
  • Common Fallacies - Unwarranted Assumptions - Example 1  
  • Common Fallacies - Unwarranted Assumptions - Example 2  
  • Common Fallacies - Unwarranted Assumptions - Example 3  
  • True But Irrelevant  
  • True But Irrelevant Example  
  • Appeal to Authority  
  • Appeal to Authority Example  
  • Personal Attack  
  • Personal Attack Example  
  • Common Fallacies Problem 1  
  • Common Fallacies Problem 2  
  • Common Fallacies Problem 3  
  • Common Fallacies Problem 4  
  • Common Fallacies Problem 5  
  • Common Fallacies Problem 6  
  • Common Fallacies Problem 7  
  • Common Fallacies Problem 8  
  • Common Fallacies Problem 9  
READING INTRODUCTION
  • Reading Comprehension - Introduction 1  
  • Introduction 2  
  • Introduction 3  
  • Introduction 4  
  • Introduction 5  
  • Introduction 6  
  • Reading Comprehension - Points to Remember  
READING METHODS
  • Reading Methods 1  
  • Reading Methods 2  
  • Reading Methods 3  
  • Reading Methods 4  
  • Reading Methods - Points to Remember  
THE SIX QUESTIONS
  • The Six Questions - Introduction  
  • Original Passage  
  • Main Idea Questions  
  • Main Idea Questions (continued)  
  • Main Idea Questions Example  
  • Main Idea Questions Mini-passage  
  • Main Idea Questions Mini-passage Question  
  • Description Questions  
  • Description Questions (continued 1)  
  • Description Questions Example  
  • Description Questions Mini-passage  
  • Description Questions Mini-passage Question  
  • Description Questions (continued 2)  
  • Description Questions (continued 3)  
  • Description Questions (continued 4)  
  • Description Questions Mini-passage 2  
  • Description Questions Mini-passage 2 Question  
  • Writing Technique Questions  
  • Compare and Contrast  
  • Compare and Contrast (continued)  
  • Writing Technique Questions Example  
  • Cause and Effect  
  • Cause and Effect Mini-passage  
  • Position and Evidence  
  • Extension Questions  
  • Extension Questions Example  
  • Extension Questions Mini-passage  
  • Application Questions  
  • Application Questions (continued)  
  • Application Questions Example  
  • Application Questions Mini-passage  
  • Application Questions Mini-passage Question  
  • Tone Questions  
  • Tone Questions Example  
  • Tone Questions Mini-passage  
  • Tone Questions Mini-passage Question  
  • The Six Questions - Points to Remember 1  
  • The Six Questions - Points to Remember 2  
  • The Six Questions - Points to Remember 3  
  • The Six Questions - Points to Remember 4  
  • The Six Questions - Points to Remember 5  
  • Mentor Passage  
  • Mentor Question 1  
  • Mentor Question 2  
  • Mentor Question 3  
  • Mentor Question 4  
  • Mentor Question 5  
  • Mentor Question 6  
  • Solo Passage  
  • Solo Question 1  
  • Solo Question 2  
  • Solo Question 3  
  • Solo Question 4  
  • Solo Question 5  
  • Solo Question 6  
PIVOTAL WORDS
  • Pivotal Words 1  
  • Pivotal Words 2  
  • Example Passage  
  • Example 1  
  • Example 2  
  • Example 3  
  • Pivotal Words - Mentor Exercise Passage  
  • Pivotal Words - Mentor Exercise 1  
  • Pivotal Words - Mentor Exercise 2  
  • Pivotal Words - Mentor Exercise 3  
  • Pivotal Words - Mentor Exercise 4  
  • Pivotal Words - Mentor Exercise 5  
  • Pivotal Words - Mentor Exercise 6  
  • Pivotal Words - Solo Exercise Passage  
  • Pivotal Words - Solo Exercise 1  
  • Pivotal Words - Solo Exercise 2  
  • Pivotal Words - Solo Exercise 3  
  • Pivotal Words - Solo Exercise 4  
  • Pivotal Words - Solo Exercise 5  
  • Pivotal Words - Solo Exercise 6  
THE THREE-STEP METHOD
  • The Three-Step Method 1  
  • The Three-Step Method 2  
  • The Three-Step Method 3  
  • The Three-Step Method 4  
  • The Three-Step Method 5  
  • The Three-Step Method 6  
  • The Three-Step Method Example-Passage Setup  
  • The Three-Step Method Example-Passage  
  • The Three-Step Method Example 1  
  • The Three-Step Method Example 2  
  • The Three-Step Method Example 3  
  • The Three-Step Method Example 4  
  • The Three-Step Method Example 5  
  • The Three-Step Method Example 6  
  • The Three-Step Method - Points to Remember.  
  • The Three-Step Method - Mentor Exercise Passage  
  • The Three-Step Method - Mentor Exercise Passage (continued)  
  • The Three-Step Method - Mentor Exercise 1  
  • The Three-Step Method - Mentor Exercise 2  
  • The Three-Step Method - Mentor Exercise 3  
  • The Three-Step Method - Mentor Exercise 4  
  • The Three-Step Method - Mentor Exercise 5  
  • The Three-Step Method - Solo Exercise Passage  
  • The Three-Step Method - Solo Exercise 1  
  • The Three-Step Method - Solo Exercise 2  
  • The Three-Step Method - Solo Exercise 3  
  • The Three-Step Method - Solo Exercise 4  
  • The Three-Step Method - Solo Exercise 5  
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