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Casa Grande, AZ LSAT tutoring
The student took a couple of practice assessment sections. She did better on the logical reasoning than she did on the reading comprehension. We discussed the reading comprehension passages, questions, and ways for her to read and answer questions more efficiently. We also took some time to review logical reasoning sections. I will send her two more practice sections to work on today and have asked her to apply certain of the techniques that we discussed.
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The student is a very enthusiastic student eager to get better at the test. We worked heavily on scope this section. He needs to remember to find the conclusion and point to the reasoning for that conclusion. Afterwards, predict an answer and make sure that the answer falls within the scope of the original argument. Be sure to do this for every logical reasoning problem. I gave him a practice test to exercise these methods with.
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Casa Grande, AZ LSAT tutoring
The student took a full practice test and got 21 correct between the two arguments sections, 10 correct on reading comprehension, and 6 correct on logic games. We worked through two logic games, discussed a test day strategy, and evaluated some of her key weaknesses. She needs to work on methodically evaluating questions instead of guessing, not being intimidated by questions, and trusting the setups she creates for logic games. For test day, she is going to try to complete one logic game in full, complete the rule violations on the others, and guess on the remainder (hopefully including a few educated guesses). We are hoping for a score in the range of 12 correct answers and I believe this strategy will maximize her score on this section. For arguments, she will guess on 5-10 questions, including the longest ones. For reading comprehension, she will complete 1-2 passages and guess on the remainder.
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