Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student and I first worked through a logical reasoning section. He is wanting help to find the conclusion and assumptions behind some questions. We attempted to work through that. We then worked on three logic games and he is showing some progress in that area in making deductions."
"This session focused on advanced logic games, with an emphasis on making quick deductions and strategic use of those deductions in attacking questions. Reading comprehension was also covered, with an emphasis on effective roadmapping."
"The student took a practice exam and continues to excel at logic games while having some minor difficulties with the other sections. We focused on logical reasoning, which had given her the most trouble. We focused on the general skill of identifying underlying logic. The student tends to be very intuitive and solves most questions without much thought."
"Went over logic games with the student, looking at timing of set-up and questions. Also talked about reading comprehension section and how to improve. Had student do several reading comprehension problems and assigned additional work book."
"We talked about goals, trouble spots, and timing. We reviewed what is likely to appear on her administration and current trends in LSAT composition. We also covered basic diagramming (formal logic rules) and more advanced diagramming (placement rules for linear and grouping games) as well as the various types of logic games and how often they appear on tests. Will follow up with work to complete before the next session, information on logging answers, and the recommended prep book."
"The student and I reviewed the logic section of his practice test and worked through a few linear and hybrid games."