LSAT

The Complete Approach to Mastering the LSAT
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  • Video 3 Hours
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  • Languages English
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This course is made up of a small selection of the videos on my site: lsat.totaltestprep.net  

I've covered some of the basic aspects behind what you need to know in order to do well on the test.  Please check out the videos, and if you'd like more you can visit my site where I offer the entire course, totaling over 20 hours, free for 2 weeks.  

If you're looking for tutoring I offer several packages, starting at $60/hr.  My tutoring is done solely through an online virtual classroom system with an integrated whiteboard and live audio/video.  I've found online tutoring to be much more effective because of the flexibility it offers and because the virtual classroom technology is ideal for explaining the concepts more effectively.  If you're interested please check out my site; I offer the first 5 hour of my tutoring risk-free (you only pay for them if you decide to continue the course) so that prospective students can thoroughly evaluate my approach and the online environment.

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  • Over 31 lectures and 2.5 hours of content!

Curriculum

05:29

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This video gives you general information about the LSAT.

Section 1: Conditional Reasoning
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This video defines conditional reasoning as a specific relationship that involves two conditions.

03:50

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This video gives you more information about what exactly a 'suffcient condition' is and what exactly a 'necessary condition' is.

02:47

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This video points out what people often think a conditional relationship tells us but in fact doesn't.

04:26

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This video explains the different ways that a conditional relationship can be stated and the different arrangements that you'll find.

04:39

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This video introduces and explains the contrapositive and how to derive it from any conditional relationship that you're presented with.

04:06

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This video introduces and explains the "false reversal" and "false negative" relationships that a lot of people mistakenly think can also be derived from the conditional relationships that you're presented with.

04:43

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This video introduces and explains biconditionals.

07:00

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This video introduces and explains conditional statements where there are multiple conditionals joined by AND.

04:14

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This video introduces and explains conditional statements where there are multiple conditionals joined by OR.

Section 2: Analytical Reasoning (Logic Games)
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This video gives a general introduction and explanation of the games (analytical reasoning) section.

06:34

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This video introduces and explains movable and structural elements and our basic approach to diagramming them.

03:46

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This video goes over the different ways that the movable elements are found in the games.

06:34

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This video introduces and explains the first major category for the structural elements: the sequential games, and it goes over the different variations for these sequential games.

03:25

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This video introduces and explains the second major category for the structural elements: the grouping games, and it goes over the different variations for these grouping games.

04:08

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This video introduces and explains the final major category for the structural elements: the grouping/sequential games, and it goes over the different variations for these grouping/sequential games.

10:06

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This video introduces and explains the rules and how to diagram them for all the variations that we've introduced so far.

Section 3: Logical Reasoning (Arguments)
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This video gives a general introduction and explanation of the Logical Reasoning (arguments) section.

17:28

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This video introduces and explains what an argument is and gives some common variations.

04:42

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This is a clip from the video that introduces the basic variation for the 'weaken' questions and explains the step by step method for doing these questions. The question is blurred out because of LSAC license restrictions; obviously in my actual videos the question isn't blurred out.

04:15

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This is a clip from the video that introduces the first major variations for the 'assumption' question type as well as the step-by-step method for doing them. The question is blurred out because of LSAC license restrictions; obviously in my actual videos the question isn't blurred out.

04:17

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This is a clip from the video that introduces the 'principle (scenario)' question type and basic variations as well as the step-by-step method for doing them. The question is blurred out because of LSAC license restrictions; obviously in my actual videos the question isn't blurred out.

11:18

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This video introduces the concept of logical qualifiers and explain the qualifiers 'all' and 'some are not'.

03:44

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This is a clip from the video that introduces the 'paradox' question type and basic variations as well as the step-by-step method for doing them. The question is blurred out because of LSAC license restrictions; obviously in my actual videos the question isn't blurred out.

05:17

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This is a clip from the video that introduces the first major variation of the 'method of reasoning' question type as well as the step-by-step approach for doing them. The question is blurred out because of LSAC license restrictions; obviously in my actual videos the question isn't blurred out.

Section 4: Reading Comprehension
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This video gives a general explanation of the reading comprehension section.

05:58

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This is a clip from the video that introduces and explains the reading comprehension passages and one of their key aspects.

01:20

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This is a clip from the video that introduces dual passages and how to approach them.

02:17

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This video introduces and explains the different question types in the reading comprehension section.

05:20

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This is a clip from the video that introduces one of the major question types as well as the step-by-step method for doing them. The question is blurred out because of LSAC license restrictions; obviously in my actual videos the question isn't blurred out.

06:29

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This is a clip from the video that introduces the dual passage question types and basic variations as well as the step-by-step method for doing them. The question is blurred out because of LSAC license restrictions; obviously in my actual videos the question isn't blurred out.

Instructor Biography

My name's Milan and I'm the LSAT tutor here at Total Test Prep.  My brother and I had initially started by working for the major test prep companies over 7 years ago, but then we quickly realized that those approaches were largely ineffective. So we ventured out on our own and re-designed test prep from the ground up.

 

Me?  I like the usual things: babies, whiskers on kittens, the spring breeze.  After graduating from Cornell nearly 10 years ago with a degree in philosophy I spent a couple of beautiful years wandering Europe working as an English Teacher in Barcelona, Paris, and Marseillle (with occasional extra money hustled through onlike poker).  Back in the States and with a 99th% on the LSAT under my belt but a dampened desire to go law school teaching the test was the logical choice.  I've been doing it and making my own prep materials since.

 

When I'm not teaching I'm reading sociology textbooks and histories of the Spanish Civil War and making short animated movies to delight and instruct my fellow man.

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    • P. Elva Cutri

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    Very well explained. I have taken the LSAT twice and unfortunately, I have not gotten a high enough score. I keep trying.

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