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Course Description:

This program gives you a unique opportunity to work directly in a personal coaching program with one of the country’s top LSAT specialists and author of an LSAT book for a major test-prep publisher. Personal coaching gives you the individualized, expert instruction that classroom programs lack. Coaching is the most personalized and direct way to master the LSAT. You will benefit from the instructor’s expertise through powerful intuitive methods for mastering verbal, logical and timing strategies. Enrollment in this course includes registration in the STEPS to the LSAT program, an online study system, and connection with study partners.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Students will learn personalized, advanced strategies through up to 30 hours of phone or video coaching in weekly sessions that include a specific study plan, review of assignments, and analysis of timing and testing strategies.

  • Students will learn how to maximize their use of time on the test, how to overcome test anxiety and poor performance on standardized tests, how to avoid the most common timing pitfalls and how to gain significant extra points through timing strategy.

  • Students will learn how to analyze logic, including if/then statements and deductive and inductive reasoning. They will learn to identify the main types of logical reasoning, including analogy, cause and effect, and statistical arguments. Students will also learn how to organize complex deductive arguments, such as if/then arguments. They will learn to identify faulty argument types, including argument against the person, false analogy, false cause, ambiguity, circular reasoning and false appeal to authority.

  • Students will learn to skim Reading Comprehension passages for structure and will become familiar with tools for distinguishing between two very close answer choices.

  • Students will develop a systematic approach for organizing Analytical Reasoning information. They will learn how to create a powerful diagram and how to recognize the main types of Analytical Reasoning questions.

  • Students will develop an understanding of the underlying agendas for the Analytical Writing tasks and specific steps for creating an essay that will earn a passing score.

Note: The 30-hours of coaching should be completed within the quarter in which you register. If these hours are not completed during this time, attempts for make-up sessions will be made, but cannot be guaranteed.

Course Number: EDUC-90050
Credit: 0.00 unit(s)

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