All mastery seminars

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)



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.


6 reviews for All mastery seminars

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Mandy (verified owner)

    I really like these courses because they teach methods that are very different than the ones offered by big name companies. While the LSAT course I took in Toronto offered explanations that would help me gain 1 or 2 points, they often made the questions more complicated than they ought to be. Graeme rips apart the arguments and focuses on the crucial elements and nuances in the LSAT that would help eliminate answer choices accurately quickly.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5


    I’ve tried different big name courses and explanations and they always gave a vague idea as to why answers were right/wrong. Graeme goes deep into why by proving HOW the other answers are 100% wrong and the one correct answer is 100% right. Being able to watch the videos whenever and wherever instead of having to attend a class gave me the ability to work around my own schedule. Graeme adds in important tips that gave me insight into his own thinking and how to apply those methods to my tests, allowing my score to improve. Would definitely recommend! Thanks!

  3. Rated 5 out of 5


    The mastery seminars are a great addition to any study plan. Graeme makes sure to go in depth into his thinking and uses recent examples to hit home the points. The organization of the courses makes it easy to focus on problem areas and he drops extremely helpful hints throughout to help you increase your score.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Wendy (verified owner)

    The Mastery Seminars have helped to thoroughly analyze each question and recognize where I must work on. Graeme provides the perspective of how a high scorer would approach each question: from the stimulus breakdown, prephrasing, avoiding trap answer choices, to finding the right answer accurately and quickly. I often to pause the videos to absorb Graeme’s tips and really understand the strategies that I wish to imitate when I perform on the LSAT. I look forward to further developing the skills that I have learned from the seminars.

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Kitty (verified owner)

    I hit a plateau after repeatedly doing pretests, so taking the seminar helped to force me to drill different question types (LR), and helped me to better actively read in RC. In the actual test I would estimate an easy improvement of 5 points. I know it’s not much, but consider I did it crash style (I finished all sessions in 2 weeks while working full time) I think if I can take my time it’ll be even more helpful. If you have more time before your test, you should definitely get this one, you can do it on your own time, repeat watching and really understood each type, it’ll definitely help with your score.

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Portia (verified owner)

    I found Graeme’s mastery seminars very clear, straightforward and helpful. They offer new ways of thinking about the questions, which I found especially beneficial for logic games. For example, when the rules stipulate that V is before R and R is before H, then another rule says “H cannot be last,” Graeme would write it as V-R-H-_ rather than just V-R-H. The former provides a better visual and you no longer have to remember that H cannot go last. Another example of a great tip from Graeme for “could be true” questions is to first look at choices that could easily be fulfilled based on the rule as opposed to those that are more difficult to fulfill. This speeds up the process.

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