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OCTOBER LSAT Boss Masterclass Monday/Thursday 1:00-2:30pm EST




10 weeks (July 25 - September 30)

About the Course

LSAT BOSS- Live Masterclass

This interactive, supportive, small-group LSAT BOSS test prep course is designed to provide better learning and better results to nontraditional students and students with learning challenges.

The course is a masterclass on the LSAT - a comprehensive review of the new LSAT Logical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension exam using best teaching practices. This section is taught by Shana Ginsburg, Esq., Founder of Ginsburg Advanced.

To review each section, we will first learn strategies for each question type, study key terms, and then engage in guided practice as a class to ensure students are prepared to complete assigned homework. Students will also learn to apply test anxiety-relief techniques to ensure an optimal test-day

Resources Included With Your Class:

  1. 1 year of free access to the LSAT BOSS video on demand and the LSAT BOSS Homework Session Library

  2. LSAT BOSS digital textbooks

  3. The LSAT BOSS Homework Tracker and Study Planner, and

  4. Ginsburg Flow Charts to help students memorize strategies using visual aids.



1. July 25 

  • Overview of Class

  • Accommodations

  • Part 1: Mental Clarity and Test Strategy Toolbox

2. July 29 

  • Inductive Arguments - Lessons 1-5

  • Logical Reasoning: Conclusions - Lesson 6

  • Introduction to Our Flowchart Toolbox and Worksheet Database

3. August 1 

  • Logical Reasoning: Conclusions Review - Lesson 6

  • Logical Reasoning: Agree/Disagree - Lesson 7

  • Introduction to Homework Review Library

4. August 5 

  • Logical Reasoning: Role and Reasoning - Lesson 8

  • Logical Reasoning: Reasoning - Lesson 9

August 8 - NO CLASS

5. August 12 

  • Logical Reasoning: Principles - Lesson 10

6. August 15 

  • Logical Reasoning: Assumptions - Lesson 11

7. August 19 

  • Logical Reasoning: Strengthen and Weaken - Lesson 12

8. August 22 

  • Logical Reasoning: Evaluate - Lesson 13

  • Logical Reasoning: Inference - Lesson 14

9. August 26 

  • Logical Reasoning: Flaws - Lesson 15

10. August 29 

  • Logical Reasoning: Parallels - Lessons 16-17

  • Logical Reasoning: Resolve/Explain - Lessons 18-19

September 2 - NO CLASS (Labor Day)

11. September 5 

  • Logical Reasoning Review

  • How to Evaluate Pattern Weaknesses

  • LR Full untimed and timed sections from PT 72 

12. September 9 

  • Reading Comprehension Accommodations

  • Introduction to Reading and Annotation Strategy Toolbox

  • Question Types: Main Point - RC Lessons 1-6

  • Flowchart

13. September 12 

  • Reading Comprehension: Apply Main Point Process to Comparative Passages

  • Question Types: Primary Purpose and Organization - RC Lessons 7-13

14. September 16 

  • Reading Comprehension

  • Question Types: “According to the Passage” and Attitude

15. September 19 

  • Reading Comprehension

  • Question Types: Inference and Implication - RC Lessons 14-20

16. September 23 

  • Individualizing Your Reading Comprehension Strategy (Determining which passages to tackle and in what order; when to read the questions; how many times you’ll read the passage; how to synthesize information; where and to what extent you’ll take notes)

17. September 26 

  • Overview of the LSAT Writing Section

18. September 30 

  • Strategy Overview

  • Test Day Preparation

Shana Ginsburg, Esq.

Your Instructor

Shana Ginsburg, Esq.

Shana Ginsburg, Esq., is Founder and CEO of Ginsburg Advanced Tutoring. She received a BA in Public Policy and English, and a teaching certification, from Duke University. Ms. Ginsburg worked as a high school English teacher before attending University of Maryland School Law to study school law and trial advocacy. During her entire academic and professional career, she has tutored students who under-perform on standardized tests due to learning challenges, helping students in the bottom and top percentiles to overcome anxiety-inducing obstacles to their test success.
She has a 100% success rate in helping eligible students receive disability accommodations, improving test scores, and increasing chances of acceptances and scholarship awards from top-tier institutions. Her students with disabilities gain acceptance to Yale, Harvard, NYU, Columbia, and other top programs across the United States, many of whom return to become Ginsburg Advanced Tutoring instructors to pay it forward to the next generation of pre-law students.

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