Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student completed the logic games section from the practice test before we met. We spent most of our session reviewing his diagrams, learning how to incorporate more information into the diagrams, and answering the questions that he got incorrect. We also worked through one reading comprehension passage from the practice test. For next time, he is going to try to complete a logic games section and a logical reasoning section before our next meeting on Wednesday."
"The student and I split our time between working on logic games and logical reasoning. We tackled logic games that had some more complex rules to complicate the questions, and we worked on timing in the logical reasoning question section."
"We went over a previous LSAT. The student feels overwhelmed with LR & RC, but we determined that more practice would help her with that. We completed 1 practice LSAT LR & RC section each. She showed improvement in both sections."
"The student was able to finish a test since our last session. She is getting more familiar with the test and becoming more accurate when we diagram or talk out the answers together."
"The student has taken a few practice tests. I introduced her to my basic approach to each of these sections, with an emphasis on identifying question types. We went over assumption, main point and must be true reasoning questions and hybrid games."
" Since we've been hitting Logic Games hard lately, today we decided to look at LR and RC. We broke the types of questions into general categories and discussed the overall strategies of each. Since the prep materials the student is using don't distinguish between necessary and sufficient assumption questions, we spent some time on the difference and the strategy that works best for each. Before next session, he is going to do at least one section of each of the three major types."