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LSAT Logical Reasoning | Logical Reasoning Basics

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This video discusses the basics of LSAT Logical Reasoning Questions. Includes a breakdown of question types, brief discussion of key strategies, and two sample problems.
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The first lesson of the FREE LSAT prep course offered by Insight LSAT. This is a comprehensive course for LSAT preparation, taught by an instructor who scored 179 on the LSAT. We go through every section, providing expert advice, strategies, illustrations of methods, and more!

In this lesson, we introduce you to the Law School Admission Test, the Insight Approach to preparation, and the rest of this course.
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HOW TO STUDY (Effectively) FOR THE LSAT | How I Scored a 175

Hi guys! Here's a detailed overview of my LSAT study schedule. We're discussing pacing, accountability, blind review, replicating a realistic testing environment, and everything in between! Designing an effective study routine that suits your unique needs can be intimidating, don't sweat it if you have to make adjustments along the way. What matters is that you simply make space to put in the time. Don't give up friends, I believe in you!

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Planner Setup:
Favorite highlighters:
Favorite pens:
Favorite pencils:
Passion Planner (10% DISCOUNT): RWRD.IO/TEXOUPS?C

Simulate Testing Conditions at Home:
Examination Noise Simulator:
LSAT Practice Timer (4 Sections):
LSAT Practice Timer (5 Sections):
I used the app "LSAT Proctor" on my iPad in the video: Word of caution: the background noise is SUPER annoying (chewing gum, sneezing, coughing, asking to go to the bathroom) in this one and you can't turn it down.

Useful Blind Review Articles:
7Sage Blind Review ("Shortcut" Method):
Powerscore Blind Review (Traditional Method):

Forums for Blind Review:
Manhattan Prep Forums:
PowerScore Forums:
7Sage Forums:

REAL LSAT Practice Tests (PTs):
LSAT PREP Plus (1 year access to 60+ DIGITAL PrepTests): [](
10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests Volume VI: (PrepTests 72–81):
10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests Volume V: (PrepTests 62–71):
10 New Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests with Comparative Reading: (PrepTests 52–61):
10 Actual 42-51, Official LSAT Preptests: (PrepTests 42–51):
The Next 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests (Lsat Series) (PrepTests 29-38):
10 More, Actual Official LSAT PrepTests: (PrepTests 19–28):
10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests (18 and below):

Note: I don't find PT's before the 60s particularly useful for authentic diagnostics because they are a little outdated. HOWEVER, I have found them useful for casual drilling and as section substitutes for the "fake" 5th section on the LSAT when simulating testing conditions at home.

BONUS Reads to Get You Started on Your LSAT Journey:
Dreams to Reality-A Law School Admissions Guide By Abraham Barkhordar:
The "useful links" sidebar (found on the lower right of the screen) on R/lawschooladmissions: (WARNING: Reddit can become a time sink/obsession/echo chamber. Keep your eye on the most pertinent info and MOVE ON with your studies!)

Desk Setup:
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Filming equipment (updated!):
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