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Spring Valley, NV LSAT tutoring
We went over three sections. The key themes were diagram arguments, learning to distinguish between premises and conclusions. For logic games, we talked about how to test answer choices and notice themes. For reading comprehension, we worked on how to summarize the whole passage and keep track of different points of view. We went over conditional logic and how you can express the same conditional in different ways.
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In logical reasoning, we covered inference (must be true/ cannot be true), resolving the paradox, and strengthening the argument. The student is a fast and determined learner. We talked about the test-taking strategy of guessing on hard questions (with the option to come back to them) to make the most of his time. I also recommended that when he takes the full practice test this week, he complete each timed section (rather than skipping the questions at the end). He is really improving his speed and accuracy with the games.
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In the first hour of the session, the student and I covered Logical Reasoning question types and reviewed material from our last session. From there, we continued into a discussion of Assumption family questions.
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Spring Valley, NV LSAT tutoring
In this session, we continued our deep dive into Formal Logic concepts, reviewing necessity, sufficiency, and the various ways to write individual conditional statements and the implications of each. We worked through several games that were FL heavy, or at least demonstrated some interesting FL tricks. We also worked on question classification, logic game sketching, and triage. The student is going to do another chapter in her lesson book to move further along with games in preparation for next week's meeting.
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It was great meeting the student today! We talked a bit about the materials that she has to study for the LSAT, what sections she felt were better or worse for her when she took the June LSAT, and how much time she has to prepare for her next LSAT. For our session, we used LSAT practice test 63, which is an officially administered LSAT from a few years ago. We worked through a logical reasoning section and half of a logic games section. To simulate the time constraints faced on the LSAT, I only game her about 1 minute per question on the logical reasoning section. We went over strategies that I found helpful when approaching these questions, and it was very helpful that she had already read through the same books that I used when I studied for the LSAT. Overall, she did a great job following along with the strategies we went over and asked some great questions! I am looking forward to working with her in the future!
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On the practice test she took between sessions, the student improved by two points. As I have said, it's clear she is already making strong progress. We still need to work on logic games, though. When we go through them together, she does them flawlessly, so I think we just need to hammer home the techniques that we practice when working together so that they carry over into the actual test. She still struggles here and there with mapping out the logic based on the language in questions and rules, but I urged her to study a list of terms that indicate sufficient/necessary to memorize what means what.
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