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As far as the symbolic logic class goes, I took one thinking it would be helpful for the LSAT as well. It might help somewhat on some of the LR questions that are set up in a certain way, but specifically, all the problems that were taught in class (I think they were called derivations) were far longer and more time consuming than anything you would see on the LSAT. Plus, its a pretty difficult class IMO...last class I've gotten a B for in college, which alone made it not worth it. That being said, I *did* enjoy the class in and of itself though lol.
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