LSAT – Logic and Language Course

The LSAT Logic and Language Course

Why We Have Created The LSAT Logic Course

The LSAT is a test of:

Reading and reasoning in the context of the logical reasoning, reading comprehension and analytical reasoning question types.

The LSAT does NOT test a particular set of background skills (although conditional reasoning is a concept that is at the root of many question types).

LSAT questions require you to clearly understand:

  • the main point or conclusion;
  • the justification or reason for the main point or conclusion; and
  • how that justification bears on that main point or conclusion.

In addition, you may also be asked to recognize inferences that can or cannot be made from this information …

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