Course OverviewMaster the specific skills and habits needed to confidently take the Law School Admissions Test (LSAT)! The course covers timing strategy and problem-solving strategies for the Reading Comprehension, Logical Reasoning, and Analytical Reasoning sections of the test, as well as for the essay.
What You'll Learn
- Analyze logic, including if/then statements and deductive reasoning
- Identify the main types of logical reasoning, including analogy, cause and effect, and statistical arguments
- Identify faulty argument types, including argument against the person, false analogy, false cause, ambiguity, circular reasoning, and false appeal to authority
- Skim Reading Comprehension passages for structure and tools for distinguishing between two very close answer choices
- Develop a systematic approach for organizing Analytical Reasoning information, how to create a powerful diagram, and how to recognize the main types of Analytical Reasoning questions