LR Mastery Seminar

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews)

$299.00

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Description

Logical Reasoning is the largest section of the LSAT: half of your points come from LR. And there are some very easy wins: question types have patterns, and some of them are easy to improve at rapidly.

This seminar has two goals:

  1. Give you the best strategies for mastery of logical reasoning
  2. Give you fast, efficient strategies for the question types that are the most common or easiest to improve at
  3. Show you exactly how top scorers approach LR questions

This class is aimed at advanced students. Beginners can still get value from it, but I won’t be slowing down to cover basics. I’ll assume you already know conditional reasoning diagramming techniques, have some familiarity with LR question types and have done at least ten logical reasoning sections. (Note: If you want a refresher of conditional diagramming, I’ll have some videos covering it).

The seminar has the following structure

  • Lesson 1: Intro + Fact Based Questions
  • Lesson 2: Fact based questions
  • Lesson 3: Non-critical Arguments
  • Lesson 4: Critical Arguments – Strengthen, Weaken and Necessary Assumption
  • Lesson 5: Flaw questions
  • Lesson 6: Method of Reasoning and Sufficient Assumption
  • Lesson 7: Parallel and Flaw Parallel
  • Lesson 8: Point at Issue, Evaluate and Principle

Length: Roughly 13 hours

Cost: $299

Recording: The seminar is a recorded online course, so you can do it at your own pace.

General strategies covered

  • Prephrasing (The most important tool for speed and accuracy)
  • How to review, in order to avoid repeating mistakes
  • How often to diagram
  • How to use bubbling and mini-breaks for improved focus
  • Skipping questions to have time at the end + a second chance

Question types that will get particular focus

  • Parallel Reasoning (both types)
  • Flaw Questions
  • Principle Questions
  • Sufficient Assumptions
  • Necessary Assumptions (including how to negate, better)
  • Must be True
  • Point at Issue

In my experience, these are the question types that are most common, or most learnable, or both.

4 reviews for LR Mastery Seminar

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    I’m a very big fan of Grame’s latest product! This seminar is very good at showing you actionable strategies in reducing time overall. Grame does a clear, nice job of explaining the “root cause” issue that is causing your problems (plateauing overall, certain question types, time) and giving you practical steps to complete to see improve in those areas .

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    This seminar was great! It has helped me a improve in the more common, time consuming, and harder questions of the Logical Reasoning section, such as parallel, flaw, and sufficient assumptions. It is amazing to see how fast one can go when approaching questions the way Graeme shows you in this seminar.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Graeme has a unique insight in the LSAT, and in this LR seminar, he shows us how he thinks through, condenses, and simplifies even the most convoluted LR question types. Throughout the entire course, he provides us with all the skills to solve just as efficiently and find the right answers. The course has been most helpful!!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    After listening to all of the lessons, my LR score improved 5 points from -10 to -5. This is a great resource for students who are self-studying to complement their practice tests and textbooks with.

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