The Logical Reasoning section of the LSAT asks you to analyze an argument and respond to it.
This is a fact, right? It’s so obvious and so boring that your eyes probably glazed over while reading it.
The reason I bring it up, though, is that it’s the key to the entire LR section. In order to answer the most difficult LR questions, you have to first understand them as an argument.
That means no diagrams, tricks, or complicated categorizing by question type. Just deeply understand the argument, then pick the right answer.
Once you do that, you’ll never get stuck on the trap answer again. You’ll be able to pick the right answer each and every time.
That’s what I do. That’s how I scored 175 on my own LSAT.
That’s also how I’ve helped numerous other people succeed on their LR sections, including all the people whose glowing reviews are below.
That’s what you can do, too.
So, are you tired of getting tripped up on asinine assumption questions or meretricious matching flaws questions? Then I have a book for you!