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Learn exactly how a 180-scorer approaches the logic games section.
So you've used another video-based course before? What, you might be wondering, is different about my course?
Simply put, the explanations and course design are just flat out better. The instruction is more in-depth, more articulate, sounds a lot better, and is easier to follow. I explain exactly how I decide whether to make scenarios/frames/worlds and also demonstrate flexibility in solving games. You can't expect to make the "best" decisions every time and I show you how you can succeed regardless.
Furthermore, I closely integrate dozens of logic games into the core lessons to reinforce specific concepts, and I draw from a larger range of PrepTests (1 to 65) for the lessons so you don't get a skewed sense of what modern logic games are like.
And, there's ease-of-use benefits, too. The videos show the text of the logic games on screen so you don't have to look back and forth from another tab or a book when reviewing. My explanations don't have a third of the screen taken up by a presenter's face or body, and aren't re-purposed recordings of live classes that include comments from students off-screen.
What's more, you can ask questions directly to me - if you're confused by any aspect of the course, reach out and I'll help. LSAT instruction is my full time profession, so you won't have to worry about a checked-out course designer outsourcing the answers to your questions.
On my first diagnostic, I got only 10 correct on the logic games section, and I'm pretty sure some of those were just a string of lucky (A)s from #12 to #23.
After months of studying, I could occasionally get 18+ on a section, but more often than not, I just didn't have enough time to finish the last game, and made too many careless mistakes. Every logic game section felt like a roll of the die.
Instead of working through games calmly and confidently, for almost every section I was frantically bubbling in guesses, scrambling between questions in a foggy haze hoping for some flash of insight to suddenly guide me to the right answers while the time ticked away.
But over years of teaching the test, I took the best of popular LG curricula, combined it with my own personal insights as someone who seriously struggled with the section, and developed my own logic games system. This system helped me get perfect logic games scores on multiple official LSAT administrations (non-accommodated 35-minute timing).
What was once a glaring weakness has become a reliable source of confidence. But more important, I've taught the LSAT to hundreds of students, both as a classroom instructor and private tutor, and helped many of them experience the same transformation that I did.
Because of this depth of experience, both as a student and a teacher, I've seen every type of logic game struggle out there. No matter how much you know about logic games, I'm confident this course can help you.