Course Description

Our logical reasoning lessons will take you through everything you need to know for this section of the LSAT. We start with basic argument analysis and move into an in depth look at each of the question types, giving you techniques and tactics to answer even the most difficult logical reasoning questions.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Introduction & Stimuli Analysis

    • Introduction to Logical Reasoning

    • Passwords

    • Stimuli Analysis I

    • Stimuli Analysis II - Truth and Validity

    • Stimuli Analysis III - Strength

    • Keywords

  • 2


    • Identify the Conclusion Key Concepts

    • Identify the Conclusion Sample Question 1 and Explanation

    • Identify the Conclusion Question 2 and Explanation

    • Strengthen The Conclusion Key Concepts and Practice Questions

    • Weaken the Conclusion - Key Concepts and Practice Questions

  • 3


    • Method of Reasoning Key Concepts and Practice Questions

    • Partial Method of Reasoning Practice Question and Method of Reasoning Review

    • Flawed Reasoning Introduction

    • Flawed Reasoning Part 2 and Attack on the Speaker

    • Flawed Reasoning - Conditional Statements - Formal Logic

    • Flawed Reasoning - Cause-Effect and Survey Errors

    • Flawed Reasoning - Generalizing, Groups, Numbers and Percentages, Constant Assumptions

    • Flawed Reasoning - Misuse of Evidence, False Analogy, False Dilemma, Appeal to Fallacies, Appeals to Emotion

    • Flawed Reasoning - More Flaw types and Flaw Type List

    • Parallel Reasoning Introduction and Basic Concepts

    • Parallel Reasoning Key Concepts

    • Parallel Reasoning Practice Question and Explanation

    • Principle Introduction and Basic Concepts

    • Principle Questions Key Concepts

    • Practice Principle Questions and Explanations

  • 4

    Evaluate the Argument

    • Evaluate the Argument Key Concepts

    • Evaluate the Argument Practice Questions and Explanations

  • 5

    Must and Cannot Be True

    • Cannot Be True Key Concepts

    • Cannot be True Practice Question and Explanation

    • Must be True Key Concepts

    • Must be True Practice Questions and Explanations

  • 6


    • Necessary Assumption Questions - Key Concepts

    • Necessary Assumption Practice Questions and Explanations

    • Sufficient Assumption (Justify the Conclusion) Questions - Key Concepts

    • Sufficient Assumption (Justify the Conclusion) Practice Questions and Explanations

  • 7

    Discrepancies and Disagreements

    • Paradox or Explain the Discrepancy

    • Paradox Questions - Key Concepts

    • Paradox Practice Questions and Explanations

    • Point of Contention or Point of Disagreement - Key Concepts

    • Point of Contention or Point of Disagreement - Practice Questions and Explanations

    • Point of Agreement - Practice Questions and Explanations - And Point of Contention Review

B.Comm., LLB

Greg Smith

Greg took the LSAT in 2002, attended law school at the University of British Columbia and has practiced law with Borden Ladner Gervais LLP and Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP in the area of Securities and Capital Markets. He has been teaching LSAT classes and tutoring students since 2003 and has helped many students get into the law school of their choice.
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