LSAT Logic Games Video: First Steps to Your Highest LSAT Score

Here’s a video on the secret of LSAT logic games (LSAT analytical reasoning).  While it’s not the one-on-one instruction that my private Advise-In clients receive (it’s excerpted from my pro bono program), the video is a short and useful introduction to how to get your highest LSAT score (and how I got a 180 on my first and only try).

The secret to LSAT logic games won’t come as a surprise to regular readers of this blog or those who have read my free white paper, “Five Key Reasons LSAT Takers Fail to Achieve Their Highest Score”—it’s in making LSAT logic games simple, schematizing them so that you can see virtually all possibilities in just a few snapshots.

When you take the LSAT, you want the pressure of the day to melt away.  The way to do that is to have clear, repeatable techniques that are simple to apply and that make the right answer clear with a minimum of (which is not to say no) mental strain.  That’s particularly possible in LSAT logic games.  If you can keep the logic games clear and straightforward, you’ll be less likely to make careless mistakes or to so sap your mental energy that you won’t have as much left for the rest of the LSAT as you should.  And that’s what it takes to get your best LSAT score.

This video can get you started thinking about LSAT analytical reasoning the right way.

~ by Kyle Pasewark at Advise-in Solutions on February 14, 2011.

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