LSAT Tutor

bsafra1
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LSAT Tutor

Postby bsafra1 » Sun Nov 30, 2014 8:51 am

Can anyone recommend an LSAT tutor in NYC. I am looking for someone who can help me prepare for the June or Sept 2015 LSAT a few hours every other week - with an emphasis on logic games.

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Rigo
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Re: LSAT Tutor

Postby Rigo » Sun Nov 30, 2014 11:51 am

Uhh logic games are easy to learn through self-study.

Buy the 7Sage lessons and/or Powerscore LG Bible.
And watch these video explanation:
http://7sage.com/logic-game-explanations/

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Re: LSAT Tutor

Postby MattM » Sun Nov 30, 2014 12:28 pm

Dirigo wrote:Uhh logic games are easy to learn through self-study.

Buy the 7Sage lessons and/or Powerscore LG Bible.
And watch these video explanation:
http://7sage.com/logic-game-explanations/


Have you bought 7sage Lessons? I have only seen the videos and they were very good, I may just stick to the free videos though

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Re: LSAT Tutor

Postby Rigo » Sun Nov 30, 2014 12:42 pm

MattM wrote:
Dirigo wrote:Uhh logic games are easy to learn through self-study.

Buy the 7Sage lessons and/or Powerscore LG Bible.
And watch these video explanation:
http://7sage.com/logic-game-explanations/


Have you bought 7sage Lessons? I have only seen the videos and they were very good, I may just stick to the free videos though

I did when I was first starting out. Just like most prep materials, if you already have the basics down, they're probably not worth the extra expense.

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Re: LSAT Tutor

Postby justdoit11 » Mon Dec 01, 2014 11:12 pm

^ I agree with Dirigo about the 7sage explanations. They are extremely helpful and easy to understand. AND theyre FREE! You have more than enough time to improve on logic games, and its the most learnable section. Just print a lot of games and redo them. If you had trouble with one game, print it again and do it again the next week or even the next day. Theres repetition in these games so once you go through each type of game, you'll see yourself improve naturally.

Powerscore or blueprint logic games book! I personally learned alot more / better from blueprint's and I just added tweaked my methods to what worked best for me while watching 7sage explanations. Now Im consistently -0 to -1 so this really works! I wish I can say the same for RC and LR but I cannot vouch for either. haha




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