LSAT Sleep Schedule, October 2011 (and a little diet too)
Sleep could be the single most important factor left to affect your LSAT score.
Improve your Reading Comprehension time on the LSAT
Many readers have asked how to improve their reading comprehension speed and score on the LSAT.
LSAT Prep Course Online – Logic Game Diagram Setups – Lesson One
This video lesson will give you some great strategies for improving your logic games diagram set ups!
Question Stems on the LSAT – Read them first or last?
Most people read the question stem second (after they have read the argument or stimulus for that LSAT question)
Flaw – Criticism – Flawed Reasoning – LSAT Question Strategy
Flaw, criticism or flawed reasoning questions, whatever you call them, are some of the most common questions in the logical reasoning section of the LSAT.
Which undergraduate major should I choose if I want to go to law school?
Students often ask us which classes they should take or what they should major in if they plan to go to law school.
LSAT Video – A quick lesson in Diagramming Logic Games
As part of our free online LSAT course, here’s a quick lesson in diagramming a basic ordering game from the analytical reasoning section an official LSAT exam.
How much time does it take to prepare for the LSAT?
One of the first questions I often hear from students looking into the LSAT is “How much time do I need to put in?”
LSAT Advice for improving your Reading Comprehension Skills & Speed
There are a number of ways to do this in the short term and these are addressed in full in our online LSAT prep course.
Should I write my own law school reference letter?
This is part 2 of the series. Starting with Reference Letters – Part 1
Complete and Accurate List LSAT Question – Video Tutorial
Here’s our second video LSAT tutorial. This one continues where our last video on diagramming logic games left off.
How to diagram an LSAT Logic Game – Video Tutorial
You can find plenty more logic games lessons videos and lessons and videos for the other LSAT sections (logical reasoning and reading comprehension).
Students learning online outperform face to face instruction – Study Shows
A study released in May, 2009 by the US Department of Education shows that students in online learning environments outperformed those receiving face-to-face.
"If and only if" vs. "if" or "only if", what’s the difference?
Formal logic including conditional or IF-Then statements appear in 3 out of 4 LSAT test sections.