Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student and I worked through a practice reading comprehension passage. He is doing fine with his pacing. He just needs to work on the accuracy with some of the details. We then worked through a logic games section working on the order to do the games and some key deductions to be made."
"The student's class is looking at logical reasoning questions, with a current focus on assumption questions. I provided her with my approach to these questions and we applied it to some of the class' drills as well as to some real questions. We also reviewed a couple of difficult logic games."
"The student and I started by talking about where he wants to go with his assessment prep and what general coverage we can work on for his test-taking. We spent the rest of the session working through logical reasoning questions and discussing strategies for different types of questions. He'll be working through prep material and we'll pick back up with that next time."
"We reviewed the Logic Games that the student worked on for our last session and focused on gleaning as much information as possible from the stimulus before moving onto the questions. We also reviewed several helpful notational tips to increase speed and accuracy through the logic games. Moving on to logical reasoning, we discussed the types of questions that ask you to be critical and the types that do not, and steps to ensuring that she chooses the correct answer on logical reasoning. The student will work on several logic games sets from more recent games and logical reasoning sets that focus on her particular problem areas before our next session. She will also take one full-length pre-test with an "experimental" section."
"We focused primarily on advanced strategies for the logic games. The student has mastered most of the basics and is ready to start looking at the deeper analyses to improve her time on the LSAT, as she is at the point where, given unlimited time, she can correctly answer most questions."
"We continued to cover the LSAT logic games section, focusing specifically on time pressure. The student's attitude remains positive."