# Course curriculum

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### Orientation

• What Does the LSAT Measure 1 FREE PREVIEW
• What Does the LSAT Measure 2 FREE PREVIEW
• Format of the LSAT 1
• Format of the LSAT 2
• Format of the LSAT 3
• Writing Sample
• The Three Types of Problems
• Games 1
• Games 2
• Games 3
• Arguments 1
• Arguments 2
• Arguments 3
• Arguments 4
• Reading Comprehension 1
• Reading Comprehension 2
• Reading Comprehension 3
• The Three Types of Problems Summary
• Pacing
• Scoring the LSAT 1
• Scoring the LSAT 2
• Skipping and Guessing
• Order of Difficulty
• The “2 out of 5” Rule
• How to Use this Course
• Questions and Answers 1
• Questions and Answers 2
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### Games Introduction

• Games Introduction
• Ordering Games
• Ordering Games Example
• Grouping Games
• Grouping Games Example
• Assignment Games
• Assignment Games Example
• Format of the Game Section
• Skipping a Game
• Order of Difficulty
• Reading with Precision (Part 1)
• Reading with Precision (Part 2)
• Unwarranted Assumptions
• Reading with Precision Drill 1A
• Reading with Precision Drill 1B
• Reading with Precision Drill 1C
• Logical Connectives If-Then (Part 1)
• Logical Connectives If-Then (Part 2)
• Logical Connectives Contrapositive
• Logical Connectives-Two Negatives
• Logical Connectives-A if and only if B
• Logical Connectives-A only if B
• Logical Connectives-A unless B
• Logical Connectives-Transitive Property
• Diagramming
• Symbols 1
• Symbols 2
• Symbols 3
• Symbols 4
• Symbol Exercise 1
• Symbol Exercise 2
• Symbol Exercise 3
• Diagramming Continued 1
• Diagramming Continued 2
• Diagramming Continued 3
• Conditions Order-of-Placement Guidelines
• Order of Placement Drill 1
• Order of Placement Drill 2
• Diagramming Continued A
• Diagramming Continued B
• Readily Derived Conditions
• Obfuscation 1
• Obfuscation 2
• Obfuscation 3
• Obfuscation 4
• Points to Remember 1
• Points to Remember 2
• Points to Remember 3
• Points to Remember 4
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### Linear Ordering

• LINEAR ORDERING-Introduction 1
• LINEAR ORDERING - Introduction 2
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### Spatial Ordering

• Spatial Ordering - The Line-up 1
• Spatial Ordering - The Line-up 2
• Line-up Game Example 1
• Line-up Game Example 2
• Line-up Game Example 3
• Line-up Game Example 4
• Line-up Game Example 5
• Points to Remember
• Warm-Up Drill A
• Warm-Up Drill B
• Mentor Exercise 1
• Mentor Exercise 2
• Mentor Exercise 3
• Mentor Exercise 4
• Mentor Exercise 5
• Mentor Exercise 6
• Solo Exercise 1
• Solo Exercise 2
• Solo Exercise 3
• Solo Exercise 4
• Solo Exercise 5
• Solo Exercise 6
• Spatial Ordering Quiz
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### Hybrid Games

• HYBRID GAMES - INTRODUCTION
• Hybrid Game Example 1
• Hybrid Game Example 2
• Hybrid Game Example 3
• Hybrid Game Example 4
• Hybrid Game Example 5
• Points to Remember
• Mentor Exercise 1
• Mentor Exercise 2
• Mentor Exercise 3
• Mentor Exercise 4
• Solo Exercise 1
• Solo Exercise 2
• Solo Exercise 3
• Solo Exercise 4
• Solo Exercise 5
• Solo Exercise 6
• Solo Exercise 7
• Solo Exercise 8
• Solo Exercise 9
• Solo Exercise 10
• Solo Exercise 11
• Hybrid Games Quiz
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### Sequential Games

• SEQUENTIAL GAMES - INTRODUCTION
• SEQUENTIAL GAMES - Chronological Games
• Chronological Game Example 1
• Chronological Game Example 2
• Chronological Game Example 3
• Chronological Game Example 4
• Chronological Game Example 5
• Points to Remember
• Solo Exercise 1
• Solo Exercise 2
• Solo Exercise 3
• Solo Exercise 4
• Solo Exercise 5
• Sequential Games Quiz
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### Generating Formulas

• GENERATING FORMULAS - Introduction 1
• Generating Formulas - Introduction 2
• Generating Formula Game Example 1
• Generating Formula Game Example 2
• Generating Formula Game Example 3
• Generating Formula Game Example 4
• Generating Formula Game Example 5
• Points to Remember
• Solo Exercise 1
• Solo Exercise 2
• Solo Exercise 3
• Solo Exercise 4
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### Paths and Flow Charts

• PATHS AND FLOW CHARTS - Introduction 1
• Paths and Flow Charts - Introduction 2
• Paths and Flow Charts - Introduction 3
• If-then Drill
• Solutions to If-then Drill
• Flow Chart Game Example 1
• Flow Chart Game Example 2
• Flow Chart Game Example 3
• Circuit Game Example 1
• Circuit Game Example 2
• Points to Remember
• Mentor Exercise 1
• Mentor Exercise 2
• Mentor Exercise 3
• Mentor Exercise 4
• Mentor Exercise 5
• Mentor Exercise 6
• Solo Exercise 1
• Solo Exercise 2
• Solo Exercise 3
• Solo Exercise 4
• Solo Exercise 5
• Solo Exercise 6
• Solo Exercise 7
• Solo Exercise 8
• Solo Exercise 9
• Paths and Flow Charts Quiz
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### Grouping Games

• GROUPING GAMES - Introduction
• Selection Game Example 1
• Selection Game Example 2
• Selection Game Example 3
• Selection Game Example 4
• Selection Game Example 5
• Grouping by Threes Example 1
• Grouping by Threes Example 2
• Grouping by Threes Example 3
• Grouping by Threes Example 4
• Grouping by Threes Example 5
• Points to Remember
• Warm-Up Drill 1
• Warm-Up Drill 2
• Solo Exercise 1
• Solo Exercise 2
• Solo Exercise 3
• Solo Exercise 4
• Grouping Games Quiz
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### Assignment Games

• ASSIGNMENT GAMES - Introduction 1
• Assignment Games - Introduction 2
• Assignment Games - Introduction 3
• Elimination Grid Example 1
• Elimination Grid Example 2
• Elimination Grid Example 3
• Elimination Grid Example 4
• Assignment Games - Introduction 4
• Multiple-Choice Game Example 1
• Multiple-Choice Game Example 2
• Multiple-Choice Game Example 3
• Multiple-Choice Game Example 4
• Assignment Games - Introduction 5
• Points to Remember
• Solo Exercise 1
• Solo Exercise 2
• Solo Exercise 3
• Solo Exercise 4
• Solo Exercise 5
• Solo Exercise 6
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### Arguments Introduction

• ARGUMENTS - INTRODUCTION 1
• Arguments - Introduction 2
• Arguments - Introduction 3
• Obfuscation 1
• Obfuscation 2
• Obfuscation 3
• Points to Remember
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### Logic I

• LOGIC I - Introduction
• Conclusions 1
• Conclusions 2
• Conclusions 3
• Conclusions 4 - Literal Meaning
• Conclusions 5 - The Meaning of "Some"
• Conclusions 6 - Conclusion Indicators
• Conclusions 7
• Conclusions 8
• Conclusions 9
• Conclusions 10
• Conclusions 11 - Quantifiers
• Conclusions Example 1
• Conclusions Example 2
• Warm-Up Drill – Conclusions A
• Warm-Up Drill – Conclusions B
• Warm-Up Drill – Conclusions C
• Premises 1
• Premises 2
• Premises 3 - Suppressed Premises
• Premises 4
• Premises 5 Example 1
• Premises 6 Example 2
• Premises 7 Example 3
• Premises 8 - Warm-Up Drill A
• Premises 9 - Warm-Up Drill B
• Premises 10 - Counter-Premises
• Premises 11 - Counter-Premises
• Premises 12 - Counter-Premise Indicators
• Premises 13 - Counter-Premises Example
• Premises 14 - Counter-Premises - Argument Outlines
• Points to Remember 1
• Points to Remember 2
• Points to Remember 3
• Problem 1
• Problem 2
• Problem 3
• Problem 4
• Problem 5
• Problem 6
• Problem 7
• Problem 8
• Problem 9
• Problem 10
• Problem 11
• Problem 12
• Problem 13
• Problem 14
• Problem 15
• Problem 16
• Problem 17
• Problem 18
• Problem 19
• Problem 20
• Problem 21
• Logic I Quiz
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### Logic II (Diagramming)

• LOGIC II (Diagramming) - Introduction
• If-Then
• If-Then Example
• Embedded If-Then Statements
• Embedded If-Then Statements (continued)
• Embedded If-Then Drill A
• Embedded If-Then Drill B
• Affirming the Conclusion Fallacy
• Affirming the Conclusion Fallacy Example
• Denying the Premise Fallacy
• Denying the Premise Fallacy Example
• Transitive Property
• Transitive Property Example
• DeMorgan's Laws
• DeMorgan's Laws (continued)
• DeMorgan's Laws (continued)
• A unless B
• A unless B Example
• Game-Like Arguments
• Game-Like Arguments Example
• Points to Remember 1
• Points to Remember 2
• Problem 1
• Problem 2
• Problem 3
• Problem 4
• Problem 5
• Problem 6
• Problem 7
• Problem 8
• Problem 9
• Problem 10
• Problem 11
• Problem 12
• Problem 13
• Logic II Quiz
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### Inductive Reasoning

• INDUCTIVE REASONING - Introduction
• Generalization
• Generalization Example
• Analogy
• Analogy Indicators
• Analogy Example
• Causal Reasoning
• Causal Reasoning (continued)
• Causal Reasoning Example
• All Things Being Equal
• All Things Being Equal Example
• All Things Being Equal - Controlled Experiments
• All Things Being Equal - Controlled Experiments Example
• Percentage vs. Absolute Number
• Percentage vs. Absolute Number Example
• Points to Remember
• Problem 1
• Problem 2
• Problem 3
• Problem 4
• Problem 5
• Problem 6
• Problem 7
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### Common Fallacies

• COMMON FALLACIES - Introduction
• Equivocation
• Equivocation Example
• Circular Reasoning
• Circular Reasoning Example
• Shifting the Burden of Proof
• Shifting the Burden of Proof (continued)
• Shifting the Burden of Proof Example
• Shifting the Burden of Proof (continued)
• Unwarranted Assumptions
• Unwarranted Assumptions Example 1
• Unwarranted Assumptions Example 2
• Unwarranted Assumptions Example 3
• True But Irrelevant
• True But Irrelevant Example
• Appeal to Authority
• Appeal to Authority Example
• Personal Attack
• Personal Attack Example
• Problem 1
• Problem 2
• Problem 3
• Problem 4
• Problem 5
• Problem 6
• Problem 7
• Problem 8
• Problem 9
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• READING COMPREHENSION - Introduction 1
• Introduction 2
• Introduction 3
• Introduction 4
• Introduction 5
• Introduction 6
• Points to Remember
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• Reading Methods 1
• Reading Methods 2
• Reading Methods 3
• Reading Methods 4
• Points to Remember
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### The Six Questions

• The Six Questions - Introduction
• Original Passage
• Main Idea Questions
• Main Idea Questions (continued)
• Main Idea Questions Example
• Main Idea Questions Mini-passage
• Main Idea Questions Mini-passage Question
• Description Questions
• Description Questions (continued)
• Description Questions Example
• Description Questions Mini-passage
• Description Questions Mini-passage Question
• Description Questions (continued)
• Description Questions (continued)
• Description Questions (continued)
• Description Questions Mini-passage 2
• Description Questions Mini-passage 2 Question
• Writing Technique Questions
• Compare and Contrast
• Compare and Contrast (continued)
• Writing Technique Questions Example
• Cause and Effect
• Cause and Effect Mini-passage
• Position and Evidence
• Extension Questions
• Extension Questions Example
• Extension Questions Mini-passage
• Application Questions
• Application Questions (continued)
• Application Questions Example
• Application Questions Mini-passage
• Application Questions Mini-passage Question
• Tone Questions
• Tone Questions Example
• Tone Questions Mini-passage
• Tone Questions Mini-passage Question
• Points to Remember 1
• Points to Remember 2
• Points to Remember 3
• Points to Remember 4
• Points to Remember 5
• Mentor Passage
• Mentor Question 1
• Mentor Question 2
• Mentor Question 3
• Mentor Question 4
• Mentor Question 5
• Mentor Question 6
• Solo Passage
• Solo Question 1
• Solo Question 2
• Solo Question 3
• Solo Question 4
• 455 Solo Question 5
• Solo Question 6
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### Pivotal Words

• Pivotal Words 1
• Pivotal Words 2
• Example Passage
• Example 1
• Example 2
• Example 3
• Mentor Exercise Passage
• Mentor Exercise 1
• Mentor Exercise 2
• Mentor Exercise 3
• Mentor Exercise 4
• Mentor Exercise 5
• Mentor Exercise 6
• Solo Exercise Passage
• Solo Exercise 1
• Solo Exercise 2
• Solo Exercise 3
• Solo Exercise 4
• Solo Exercise 5
• Solo Exercise 6
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### The Three-Step Method

• Three-Step Method 1
• Three-Step Method 2
• Three-Step Method 3
• Three-Step Method 4
• Three-Step Method 5
• Three-Step Method Example-Passage Setup
• Three-Step Method Example-Passage
• Three-Step Method Example 1
• Three-Step Method Example 2
• Three-Step Method Example 3
• Three-Step Method Example 4
• Three-Step Method Example 5
• Three-Step Method Example 6
• Points to Remember
• Mentor Exercise Passage
• Mentor Exercise Passage (continued)
• Mentor Exercise 1
• Mentor Exercise 2
• Mentor Exercise 3
• Mentor Exercise 4
• Mentor Exercise 5
• Solo Exercise Passage
• Solo Exercise 1
• Solo Exercise 2
• Solo Exercise 3
• Solo Exercise 4
• Solo Exercise 5
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