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LSAT Tutoring review by Kerry in West Valley City, UT
This was our first session, and we started with a general discussion about the contents of the LSAT, then moved onto an introduction of LSAT diagramming. The student is doing a great job with making inferences! We will continue with LG tomorrow-- discussing numbers issues and conditionals.
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LSAT Tutoring review by Mark in West Valley City, UT
Today we briefly went over some strategies the student was using for logical reasoning and reading comprehension. We then went through a section of logic games. We focused heavily on knowing how much to diagram/pre-plan each question, so that he is able to maximize accuracy and minimize time wasted.
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LSAT Tutoring review by Stacie in West Valley City, UT
Today we covered a great amount of new material. We first looked at the next category of Games: Selection. The student picked up on these fairly quickly, recognizing how the master sketch will differ from that of a sequencing game and the extreme importance of writing all conditionals and contrapositives. We then looked at Principle and Assumption question types on the Arguments section. He picked up exceptionally well on both, and was particularly impressive on Assumptions, which are typically a difficult question type. Before next time, he has a couple of practice games to complete as well as practice questions over all of the Argument question types we have covered thus far. Next weekend, we are planning to use that time for his next practice test to get an idea of his level of overall improvement since we started.
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LSAT Tutoring review by Zachary in West Valley City, UT
Today we covered concepts on logical reasoning. The student had a positive attitude during the session. He seemed to struggle with the most strongly supported logical reasoning questions. To help with this I applied diagramming techniques to logical reasoning questions to simplify complex stimuli. For extra practice I have uploaded difficult practice questions for the next session. We have significantly improved time management for logic games relative to the last several sessions.
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LSAT Tutoring review by Jane in West Valley City, UT
Today we covered logic games. The student says she is struggling with this portion of the exam, so we went over strategies on how to diagram the games to make this easier. We reviewed a few practice problems from her books. For homework, the student will be completing a few more games sections so we can review them next week. She should focus on diagramming each game and finding ways to eliminate answer choices.
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LSAT Tutoring review by Halli in West Valley City, UT
Today we covered test taking strategies for each section. The student is working on the timing for the exam and also Restoring the Paradox logical reasoning questions. The student is a fast and eager learner, as well as a visual learner and responds well to visual cues. He is going to do both untimed practice problems, and also 1-2 full-length timed exams per week. He is also going to register for the September LSAT exam. We reviewed his diagnostic results, and did some practice logical reasoning questions based on his areas for growth.
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