These seminars are aimed at advanced students. They’re fairly shot in length, and have a unique format:
- I picked some representative questions from tests 62-66 (mostly – there are some questions from later tests where required to show good examples, e.g. the new, “unusual” logic games”)
- I did the questions on my own, timed
- I took detailed notes on exactly what I did on each question and at each point during the setup
- In the videos, I walked through these notes and explained my own timed method
The goal of the seminar is to show how an expert, 175+ scorer approaches questions in real time. (I got a 177, officially). There are lots of things that I simply skip over, and other factors I pay particular attention to as shortcuts. The goal of the seminars is to show you how to approach each section as I do.
These are advanced seminars because they assume some background knowledge, and go at a fast pace. I’m assuming you already know the basics.
I don’t think there’s anything else on the LSAT market exactly like them. Enjoy!
Length: LG and RC are five hours long. LR is a bit over 15 hours, as it is a much larger subject.
Format: These are recorded videos which you can watch as often as you’d like. It’s best to do the questions from the videos before watching them.
Tests used: Mostly 62-66. I wanted to use the smallest number of tests possible so that you wouldn’t need to use many fresh preptests in order to follow along.
Already done the tests? Perfect. I often suggest people do the questions before going through the seminars, so this is no issue. Though if you haven’t done them, that’s fine too.