How to Ace LSAT Logic Games | 7 Habits

Want to ace the LSAT Logic Games? You’ll need these skills to separate yourself from the pack. This is the 1st part of a 3-part series (read Logical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension articles) 1. See letters as variables, not people/things. Avoid thinking of the game’s “topic” and focus on relationships between letters instead. 2. Easily categorize. Quickly place logic […]

Law School: The Socratic Method

The below excerpt about the Socratic method is from Professor David Hricik’s Law School Basics (Amazon). The Socratic Method Law school classes are not taught like undergraduate courses. Instead of simply listening to a lecture and taking notes, law school classes—particularly most first-year classes—are taught using the so-called “Socratic method.” In the Socratic method, the […]

Reading Comprehension Questions | Inference and Main Point

You’ve probably noticed much of the LSAT is about presenting simple things in a confusing way. The LSAT is all about hiding what’s staring you right in the face. Reading Comp is no different. If you’ve done more than a few Reading Comp passages, you’ve probably noticed by this point that RC passages tend to […]

LSAT Reading Comp Explanation – Evolutionary Game Theory

Below is a complete explanation for the third Reading Comprehension passage of LSAT PrepTest 52 (September 2007 LSAT) and associated questions. It’s an excerpt from Complete Reading Comprehension Explanations for LSAT PrepTests 52-61. LSAT Reading Comprehension Passage Explanation – Ousmane Sembene Explanations for PrepTest 52, Section 4, Questions 13-19: This is a science passage, but […]

5 Ways to Solve Logic Games in Under 7 Minutes

These tips and tricks will show you how to beat each Logic Game in less than seven minutes. Think it can’t be done? Think again! 1. Create a diagram. LSAT course instructors sometimes tell you to create a grid for every game instead of using a basic slot diagram. A slot diagram is an easy […]