What You'll Learn

Bronze Foundations Course

  • Overview of the LSAT [+Digital LSAT Update]      

  • Initial Diagnostic Test 

  • Bronze Diagnostic Test                                

    The Fundamentals   

  • Logical Reasoning Big Picture - All LR Question Types     

  • Quiz - LSAT Question Types      

  • Foundation of Skills                                   

  • Basics of an Argument 

  • Main Conclusion Question - June 2007- Section 2 - Question 10 

  • Improper Argument - PrepTest 17-Section 2- Question 2

  •  Inferences           

  • Basic Conditional Statements  

  • Conditions and Conditional Statements  

  • Labeling the Conditions Answers/Explanations  

  • Thinking of Conditions 

  • Introduction to Indicator Words     

  • Explanations - Identifying Necessary Conditions

  • Explanations - Identifying Sufficient Conditions                  

  • Introduction to Diagramming  

  • Diagramming Basic Conditional Statements #1 - Explanations   

  • Reading Conditional Statements    

  • Explanations - Writing Sentences Based on Conditional Statements

  • Advanced Conditional Statements   

  • Introduction to Must be True Questions  

  • Introduction to Identifying Conditional Statements in Passage Text    

  • Essential Logical Reasoning Strategies   

  • Intro to Diagramming - Double Arrows and Inferences - PrepTest 8-Section 4-Question 5

  • Wrong Negation     

  • Wrongly Reversing and Multiple Sufficient Conditions - PrepTest 5- Section 3 - Question 1   

  • Wrongly Reversing PrepTest 4-S1-Q8    

  • Special Indicator Words (Can't, Never, No One)   

  • Drill Explanations - Diagramming Can't Never None       

  • Diagramming Cannot PrepTest 1-S3-Q2, Coursebook Special Indicator Words, Question 1.           

  • Linking Conditionals   

  • Drill Explanations - Combining Conditional Statements into Chains (Basic)    

  • Linking Conditionals + Making Inferences with Preptest 6-S2-Q23

  • Making Inferences Based on Premises Part 1      

  • Explanations - Making Inferences Based on Premises Part 1   

  • Diagramming And/Or 

  • Diagramming And/Or with PrepTest 9-S4-Q4     

  • Diagramming Either/Or, Unless/Without    

  • Diagramming Without with PrepTest 17-S3-Q1    

  • Deep Dive into a Complex Either/Or Conditional Statement        

    Advanced Diagramming Practice     

  • Making Inferences Based on Premises Part 2  

  • Explanations - Making Inferences Based on Premises Part 2

  • Diagramming Conditional Statements - Part 2    

  • Diagramming Conditional Statements - Part 3    

  • Explanations - Diagramming Conditional Statements - Part 3     

  • Correctly Diagramming Logic Chains with Mixed Indicator Words 

    Must Be True Related Question Types  

  • Abstract Logical Thinking Questions - Preptest 3 - S1 - Q1          

  • The Skill of Paying Close Attention - PrepTest 2-S4-Q21                  

    Valid and Invalid Arguments

  • Quantity Words

  • Valid vs. Invalid Arguments

  • Quantity Must be True Questions   

  • Quantity Must Be True Question PrepTest 1 - Section 4 - Question 9          

    Logical Assumptions and Questions

  • Introduction to Assumptions 

  • Necessary Assumption Questions and Logical Negation  

  • Deep Dive into Necessary Assumption Questions    

  • Necessary Assumption Question PrepTest 1 -S4 - Q7   

  • Sufficient Assumptions 

  • Sufficient Assumption Questions - PrepTest 3-S4-Q17                     

    Weaken and Strengthen Question Types  

  • Weaken Questions    

  • Weaken Question - PrepTest 1-S4-Q15          

  • Strengthen Questions 

  • Strengthen PrepTest 7-S4-Q1                                

    Flaws of Reasoning    

  • Flaws of Reasoning Overview   

  • Most Common Flaws of Reasoning - Circular Reasoning 

  • Most Common Flaws of Reasoning - Ad Hominem   

  • Most Common Flaws of Reasoning - Appeals to Emotion  

  • Unreasonable Appeal to Authority 

  • Failure to Prove = Failure of Conclusion 

  • Failure to Disprove = Proof of Conclusion

  • Fallacy of Composition (Whole to Part)  

  • Fallacy of Composition (Part to Whole) 

  • Ad Baculum (Appeal to Force)  

  • Ad Misericordiam (Appeal to Pity)     

  • Red Herring / Non-Sequitur (Ignoratio Elenchi)  

  • Overgeneralization   

  • Using an Inappropriate Analogy  

  • Misinterpreting a Key Term       

  • Confusing a Necessary Condition for a Sufficient One      

  • Drills - Matching the Basic Reasoning Flaw Types

  • Correlation = Causation

  • Identify the Flaws in Real LSAT Questions             

    Reading Comprehension 

  • Reading Comprehension   

    Logic Games   

  • Introduction to the Logic Games and Simple Sequencing Games  

  • ULTIMATE Guide to All Logic Game Boards           

  • Essential Logic Game Symbols         

  • Simple Grouping Games

  • In/Out Games    

     Uploading September 2019:

                    Number Distribution                      

                    Logic Game Buzzwords                 

                    Simple Sequencing with Limited Possibilities                       

                    Simple Sequencing with Many Possibilities                           

                    Flexible Sequencing                       

    Entering the Practice Phase!       

  • Test Tips   

  • Crucial Steps for the Practice Phase        

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Study Plan

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The LSAT Made Easy coursebook with 16 REAL LSAT Practice Tests

PDF Edition of 400 Foundational LSAT Drills

The complete workbook available with the course

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