Advise-In’s Free Webinars Return: Join Advise In Solutions Founder Kyle Pasewark for “How To Learn To Stop Worrying and Love LSAT Logic Games” (Wednesday, January 19, 2011)

We took a holiday season breather in December from our popular Free Webinar Series.  But we’re back just in time for the February LSAT.

I’m pleased to announce Advise-In Solutions’ January webinar, “How To Learn To Stop Worrying and Love LSAT Logic Games.”

The webinar will be held on Wednesday, January 19, at 6 p.m. eastern time.

Register for this free webinar by clicking this link and completing the registration form.

I’ll have a Q&A session at the end of the webinar to talk with participants about questions related to the LSAT, LSAT prep and LSAT study techniques.

Whatever else the LSAT tests, it certainly tests calm and composure under pressure.  Nowhere is that more true than in analytical reasoning.  While developing the confidence to do logic games quickly and accurately is a process that requires dedication and discipline, the crucial first step is understanding how to approach the games.

Advise-In’s LSAT program is focused on how you can execute what you know on exam day, so that you can obtain your highest LSAT score.  That means we’re focused on techniques that simplify the LSAT rather than make it complicated and confusing.

During this webinar, I’ll talk about the theory of logic games and why the simpler your approach, the better off you’ll be.  I know—I achieved my 180 LSAT score because I made the LSAT simple and avoided the obfuscating complexities that commercial LSAT programs and tutors wanted to foist on me, techniques that I felt would hurt more than help achieve the best LSAT score.

After I talk a little about the structure of analytical reasoning, we’ll go through a few games to illustrate the techniques.  For this webinar, we’ll focus on a particular type of game.

IMPORTANT:  To get the most out of the webinar, you will want to have LSAT #7, available from LSAC.org as part of 10 Actual, Official LSAT Prep Tests.  I’m deliberately using an older LSAT.

“How To Learn To Stop Worrying and Love LSAT Logic Games” will discuss two of the four sets of games in Exam 7, comprising questions 8-12 and 19-24.  It would be best to have done (or tried to do) the games before the webinar, and to time yourself.

This webinar will kick off our 2011 Free Webinar Series.  Other webinars will focus on other aspects of preparing for law school, law school admissions, the LSAT, and the legal employment market and what it means for prospective law students.

See you on January 19!

~ by Kyle Pasewark at Advise-in Solutions on January 13, 2011.

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