Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"We finished going over the student's second practice test, and then went over a logic games section I had him do for today's session. He has shown improvement in the reading comprehension and logical reasoning sections, but I learned we will need to focus on the logic games section. I assigned him another logic games section (along with a reading comprehension section) for the next session."
"I think this was my last session with him. In my opinion, if he continues with his study regime he will be well prepared to significantly improve his LSAT score. We spent much of the session discussing the law school application process--schools within his range and particulars regarding timing and putting his best face forward. We also discussed looking even further forward in his career and how his decisions regarding which law school to attend and what to do while at law school should reflect this. The rest of the session we spent doing a "rare" (irregular) logic game and going over logical reasoning problems which should continue to be his primary study focus."
"The student and I worked through some of the tests that he took. I continue to be impressed with his work and his critical thinking abilities. There are a few places where he needs to focus his improvement. He should start to think at a more macro level in order to be able to answer questions about how things are functioning in arguments."
"We did a Logical Reasoning section together and he performed very well. We discussed alternating weeks of taking a break and practicing the LSAT so he doesn't get burned out. He is progressing well."
"The student and I reviewed simple linear logic games and reading comprehension today. In seeing her work through the questions and answer choices, I am pleased to see that she can frequently come to the right answer on her own."
"The student and I did triage on a recent test - he did very well, breaking into the mid 160s! We're looking to maintain the core of that and improve by pulling together and supplementing different explanations he's found helpful from different sources and spot-checking areas of confusion."