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## Session Summaries by LSAT Tutors

This student and I met for our first session. She is testing in December, and stated she has been stuck at her current score range for a while. We decided to start our focus on logical reasoning, as that is where she has the most room to improve her score. We went through an entire practice section. I explained the strategies for the section as a whole, and for some specific question types. Overall she scored a 12/25. We reviewed the questions she missed in detail, and talked about ways to improve her accuracy. At the end of the session, we worked through two logic games, focusing on the initial setup and making the appropriate deductions.
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We reviewed weaken, strengthen and causal reasoning questions in depth, discussing a number of concepts and questions. We also reviewed justify questions. The student's homework is to continue to practice justify questions and to move onto assumption and resolve questions. She is progressing extraordinarily well. Her motivation, comprehension, and progress are all absolutely excellent.
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We went over a difficult logic game. I showed the student how to derive contradictions and how to apply the counterexample idea to "must be true" questions. Most of the time we spent on logical reasoning. Again, I focused on necessary and sufficient conditions, how to diagram arguments, and how to distinguish conclusions and premises.
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We went over a practice test he had taken - he scored 155, which is actually his goal score. Most of his missed questions were in logical reasoning, especially strengthen/weaken questions and flaw questions. We discussed strategies for solving these problems, especially negating answer choices to see if the opposite result can be obtained.
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We went over the student's LSAT diagnostic test, which I assigned her at our first meeting. We discussed which sections she had the most trouble with and focused on test strategies for those sections. This included how to categorize the logical reasoning questions and various ways to answer them.
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We worked on several Logic Games and went over how to approach the Logical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension sections. We also went over the student's target schools to identify what her target score should be. She did not have the most confidence in how to diagram the games, so the correct answer choices were not that apparent. When she saw my diagram for a game, she was able to work through the questions more effectively and accurately. I explained how I spend time with the stimulus, passage, or game rules to understand what is going on instead of rushing into the questions. I also went over how I specifically approach parallel questions and the reading passages. We agreed that she should take a full length test before our next session so we could identify specific areas that she should target for the next 6 weeks.
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