Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student and I covered the final portion of the Logic Games prep guide, limited solution set games. We completed each of the 4 sample LSAT games in the book. Then, we briefly reviewed how to approach the LR sections."
"We spent the first thirty minutes reviewing the practice test that she took over the last week. During the review we covered some logical reasoning questions, and one of the logic game sections. She scored very well on her practice test a 171. After that we did two logic games sections. The games were a bit of a struggle. I left her to keep practicing and hopefully have time to take another test before we meet next week. No concerns."
"Session began with a brief introduction. The student discussed her prior LSAT prep experience and goals for the upcoming test. She would like to focus on time-management strategies and improving her test-taking speed. I provided her with a bullet-point list of strategies for time management. The remaining 90 minutes of the session were spent doing analysis of test examples. We focused on a variety of linear logic games, taking time to discuss time-saving strategies and the use of hypothetical diagramming."
"The student's scores have been improving in each section. We began by focusing on logic games, where he had done well on the first three games. The student's approach to logic games is excellent and I advised him to continue to practice in order to better internalize the steps and increase his pace."
"We covered Logic Games again. Students brought practice exams to go over. Students needed the most review over efficiency, logical deductions, and creating diagrams for the test questions. Standing instructions to practice under timed conditions. I do see improvement from our previous sessions."
"The student made the wise decision to put off her test until June, since there's nothing in particular forcing her into the February date. In our lesson today, we discussed some Logic Games from her most recent practice test, going over approaches to two of the more common game types, and reinforcing the step-by-step method we discussed last time. She's going to continue using her practice materials and take a practice test before we meet again next week."