Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student and I covered the first two LR question types (must be true and main point questions). We completed the material and problem sets for each."
"The first hour of today's session was spent reviewing two difficult logic games, one in-out grouping game, and one sequencing game. The second hour was spent completing medium to high difficulty logical reasoning questions. We covered a lot of ground with logical reasoning and are continuing to look for problem areas and other ways to improve efficiency."
"The student was taught how to handle strict and loose sequencing games. He was urged to practice drawing "web diagrams" when tackling loose-sequencing games."
"We went over one logic game and two logical reasoning sections. In logical reasoning, I stressed necessary and sufficient conditions, recognizing premises and conclusions, and how to analyze an argument thoroughly before looking at answer choices. I recommended Lewis Carroll puzzles for practice on conditional reasoning."
"We went over the last logical reasoning section from the student's June LSAT. We also did some drills on identifying conclusions, and had a discussion of red flags you will often see in conclusions on LR questions."
"We went through an entire logical reasoning sections (score 20/26) and almost an entire reading section (assumed score 20/27); based on these scores and an approximation of previous work, the student score between 163-166 (without timing sections). Assuming she can get faster on these two sections and gets better at logical diagramming for parallel reasoning/flawed reasoning questions, her score should improve on the logical reasoning section. We need to focus on reading comprehension, reading the passage more carefully and not focusing entirely on the lines cited in questions being asked. I am sending her a full practice test, which she will do before our next session."