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You’re invited to try LSAT Lab’s live online class. We’ve flipped the traditional classroom so now students first learn the basics with video lessons before they take on more advanced topics in class. Taught by Matt Sherman, 17-year LSAT veteran and former head of LSAT Academics at Manhattan Prep.

Sun: 8 PM ET ● Tues: 9 PM ET ● Thur: 9 PM ET

Sufficient Assumption

Most Supported

Passage Mapping

Analogy

Stacked Ordering

Mapping

Necessary Assumption

Comparative Passages

Author’s Attitude

Point

In/Out Grouping

Non 1:1

Flaw

Main Point

Opinion

Role

Weaken

Circular Ordering

Standard Grouping

Opinion

Strengthen

Method

Paradox

Parallel

Stacked Grouping

Parallel Flaw

Most Supported

Must Be False

Inference

Tree Ordering

Hybrid

Must Be True (LR)

Point

Main Point (LR)

Non 1:1 Ordering

Standard Ordering

Sufficient Assumption

Main Point

Necessary Assumption

Non 1:1 Grouping

Stacked Ordering

Comparative Passages

Flaw (LR)

Principle

Main Point (RC)

Meaning in Context

In/Out Grouping

Parallel

Weaken

Substitution

Passage Mapping

Standard Grouping

Strengthen

Purpose

Stacked Grouping

Paradox

Inference (RC)

Role

Opinion

Substitution

Principle

Comparative Passages

Framing

Parallel

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