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LSAT BOSS HOMEWORK REVIEW - Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 5pmEST

Price

$60

Duration

Every Tuesday and Wednesday at 5pm EST

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About the Course

This individualized LSAT test prep course will be a comprehensive review of all three sections of the LSAT: Logical Reasoning; Analytical Reasoning; and Reading Comprehension. To review each section, we will first learn strategies and test cracks for each question type until the student achieves mastery level. Upon mastery, the student will engage in rigorous pacing drills and apply test anxiety-relief techniques to ensure an optimal test-day performance.


1. November 18

  • Introduction: Getting Organized;

  • Mental Clarity;

  • Strategy Toolbox;

  • Inductive Arguments;

  • Conclusions

  • Lessons 1-6


2. November 19

  • Logical Reasoning:

  • Disagree/Agree;

  • Role

  • Lessons 7-8


3. November 25

  • Logical Reasoning:

    Reasoning;

  • Principles

  • Lessons 9-10


4. November 26

  • Logical Reasoning: Assumptions Lessons 11


5. December 2

  • Logical Reasoning: Strengthen &

    Weaken;

  • Evaluate

  • Lessons 12-13


6. December 3

  • Logical Reasoning: Inferences LR Lessons 14


7. December 9

  • Logical Reasoning: Flaws LR Lesson 15


8. December 10

  • Logical Reasoning;

  • Parallels:

    Resolve/Explain;

  • Logical Reasoning: Pacing Drills

  • LR Lessons 16 & 17

  • LR Lessons 18 & 19

  • LR Full untimed and times

    sections from PT 72 & 73

    (Vol VI)


9. December 16

  • Reading Comprehension:

    Question Types;

  • Main Point,

    Organization & Primary Purpose

  • Read RC Lessons 1-13

  • Class Lesson Homework

  • RC PT 62 & 63 – Drills:

    Find MPs and Answer MP

    and Primary Purpose Qs

    in 8 mins


10. December 17

  • Reading Comprehension:

    Specific Questions & Context

  • Clues; Attitude and Tone

  • RC Lessons 15-17


11. December 30

  • Reading Comprehension:

    Inferences

  • RC Lessons 18-20


12. December 31

  • Reading Comprehension:

    Comparative Passages;

  • Annotating Complex Passages;

  • Pacing Strategies

  • RC PT 65

  • Timed LR and RC


13. January 6

  • Games: Introduction to Game

    Types;

  • Basic Sequencing Game

    Setup;

  • Basic Diagramming;

  • Basic Rule Symbolization;

  • Basic

    Deductions


14. January 7

  • Games: Advanced Sequencing

    with Subsets;

  • Rule Substitution

    Questions

  • LG PT 62 1, 4


15. January 13

  • Games: Basic Grouping PT 63 2, 3

  • Timed LR and RC


16. Janaury 14

  • Advanced Hybrid Games PT 64 2, 4

  • Timed LR and RC


17. Janaury 20

  • In/Out Games PT 62, 2; PT 63, 4

  • Class Lesson Homework

  • Full Practice Test


18. Janaury 21

  • Complex Games PT 65, 3; PT 70, 2

  • PT 64, 3; PT 66, 3

  • Full Practice Test

Shana Ginsburg & Trudel Pare (Yale '25)

Your Instructor

Shana Ginsburg & Trudel Pare (Yale '25)

Taught by Shana Ginsburg & Trudel Pare. Trudel Pare is a 2L at Yale Law School. She graduated with a BA in Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania in 2017, and then utilized Ginsburg Advanced Tutoring services herself to achieve a 177 on the LSAT and acceptances to Harvard, Yale, NYU and Georgetown for law school. This is Trudel's third time instructing a Ginsburg Advanced Masterclass. She is passionate about the LSAT because of the amount she learned studying for the test, and she tutors because she understands how stressful testing can be without the right support.


In college, I volunteered in high schools in Philadelphia, leading enrichment activities in the classroom and tutoring. Since graduating, I have led classes on a variety of topics from mindfulness to advance care planning for adults, and teach whole wellness classes for middle school students. Through these experiences, I have learned to work with many different types of learners across many settings and topics, and I am excited to help you tackle the LSAT!

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