LSAT questions may seem like random, stream-of-consciousness, mostly nonsensical musings, but there is structure to the madness. If you can pick out the structure from among a sea of double negatives and dependent clauses, you’ll be laughing all the way to a full ride at your dream law school. This week, Branden and Jelena will show you how.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
How to identify the pieces of the argument in several different ways, including indicator key words, statement type, and statement order
How to anticipate the correct answer to Reading Comp main point questions
Which Logical Reasoning question types to practice in order to become an argument structure expert
How good (or otherwise) Jelena and Branden are at making up arguments on the spot
Links and further resources from from this week’s episode: