LSAT Prep Course Structure and Content
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LSAT test prep goes far beyond studying and taking a practice exam. To succeed on the LSAT, you must master all of the LSAT’s analytical and logical reasoning concepts, learn effective diagramming techniques, determine how additional evidence can affect an argument, learn to draw proper inferences and form well-supported conclusions, and master the application of reasoning by analogy. It’s the toughest test you’ll face until you sit for the Bar Exam. Consequently, finding the right LSAT prep course will make all the difference in how prepared you’ll be.
Of course, not all students need the same level of preparation, which is why we at Quantum have devised a modularized LSAT test prep course structure to accommodate the varying needs and requirements of all our LSAT students.
The Quantum Premium LSAT Course (50-hr)
The Quantum Premium LSAT course is a comprehensive 50-hour/2.5-weekend LSAT Test Prep course. The complete Quantum LSAT course curriculum consists of three individual or ‘quantized’ course modules: a Logical Reasoning course module, an Analytical Reasoning course module, and a Reading Comprehension course module, normally scheduled over two-and-a-half consecutive weekends. As you’ll see in the Packages and Pricing page, these three individual LSAT course modules can be be taken as standalone courses, or packaged together at a reduced price.
LSAT Logical Reasoning Course Module (20-hr)
The 20-hr LSAT Logical Reasoning (and Reading Comprehension) LSAT prep course module provides students with a comprehensive review of the Logical Reasoning (Arguments) section of the LSAT exam. This LSAT test prep course will discuss each of the main Logical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension Question Types (Strengthen, Weaken, etc.) on the exam as well as discuss optimal solution methodologies for each of these Question Types.
The course will provide an in-depth review of all required Logical Reasoning theory (i.e. Argument Components, Argument Patterns, etc.) as well as introduce a full set of analytical tools and techniques (such as CPA Analysis) for this section of the exam. In addition, a portion of our LSAT prep course will be spent discussing a variety of time management issues (i.e. pacing strategies, aggressive guessing, etc.) as well as review each of the major New/Advanced Logical Reasoning topics tested on the exam (i.e. Formal Logic, Contrapositive Theory, etc.).
LSAT Analytical Reasoning Course Module (20-hr)
The 20-hr LSAT Analytical Reasoning LSAT prep course module provides students with a comprehensive review of the Analytical Reasoning section of the LSAT exam. This course will discuss each of the main Analytical Reasoning Game Types (Sequences, Grouping, etc.) and Sub-Types (Linear/Degree, Circle/Square, Selection/Distribution, etc.) that are tested on the exam.
A significant part of the course will involve introducing a comprehensive set of standardized diagramming techniques that can be used to solve any of the various Game Types and Question Types that appear on the exam. The course will review each of these major Question Types in detail (If/Which, Could/Must, True/False, etc.) as well as discuss optimal solution methodologies for each of them. The course will review each of the main New/Advanced Game Topics (Formal Logic, Contrapositive Theory, etc.) and New/Advanced Game Types (Hybrid games, Mapping games, etc.) tested on the exam.
LSAT Reading Comprehension Course Module (10-hr)
The 10-hr LSAT Reading Comprehension course is a 1½ day course module that provides students with a comprehensive review of the Reading Comprehension (& Essay) section of the LSAT exam. The first portion of this course module will discuss each of the main Reading Comprehension Question Types (i.e. Main Idea, Specific, Structure, etc.) that are tested on the exam as well as discuss optimal solution methodologies for each of these Question Types.
The second portion of this course module will provide an in-depth review of each of the major New/Advanced RC topics that are now tested on the exam (i.e. Comparative Reading) as well as discuss how to approach & write a proper response to the LSAT Essay Section (i.e. Writing Sample/Decision Prompt). Lastly, the third and final portion of this course module will involve the proctoring and writing of a full-length practice LSAT exam that will allow students to mimic test conditions as closely as possible.
At Quantum, we know you have options when it comes to LSAT test prep. We welcome you to contact us for further information, and we will be glad to help you select the LSAT prep course package that’s right for you.
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