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You’re invited to LSAT Lab’s live online class. We’ve flipped the traditional classroom. At LSAT Lab you learn the fundamentals with video lessons before you take on more advanced concepts in class. Taught by Matt Sherman and Patrick Tyrrell, who together have 35 years of experience in helping students achieve amazing LSAT scores.
Must Be True

Must Be True

Paradox

Paradox

Main Point

Main Point

Opinion

Opinion

Standard Ordering

Standard Ordering

Hybrid

Hybrid

Sufficient Assumption

Sufficient Assumption

Most Supported

Most Supported

Passage Mapping

Passage Mapping

Comparative Passages

Comparative Passages

Easter Holiday

Easter Holiday

Easter Holiday

Easter Holiday

Stacked Ordering

Stacked Ordering

Principle

Principle

Necessary Assumption

Necessary Assumption

Parallel

Parallel

In/Out Grouping

In/Out Grouping

LG Review

LG Review

Flaw

Flaw

LR Review

LR Review

Purpose

Purpose

RC Review

RC Review

Standard Grouping

Standard Grouping

Standard Ordering

Standard Ordering

Weaken

Weaken

Conditional Logic

Conditional Logic

Opinion

Opinion

Main Point & Purpose (RC)

Main Point & Purpose (RC)

Stacked Grouping

Stacked Grouping

Comparisons

Comparisons

Strengthen

Strengthen

Standard Grouping

Standard Grouping

Paradox

Paradox

Causation

Causation

Hybrid

Hybrid

Passage Mapping

Passage Mapping

Inference

Inference

Famous Flaws

Famous Flaws

Most Supported

Most Supported

Tree Ordering

Tree Ordering

Non 1:1

Non 1:1

Most Supported

Most Supported

Agree / Disagree

Agree / Disagree

Local Questions

Local Questions

Meaning In Context

Meaning In Context

Necessary Assumption

Necessary Assumption

Memorial Day

Memorial Day

Memorial Day

Memorial Day

Parallel

Parallel

In/Out Grouping (LG)

In/Out Grouping (LG)

Principle

Principle

Flaw (LR)

Flaw (LR)

LG Review

LG Review

Inference (RC)

Inference (RC)

LR Review

LR Review

Paradox

Paradox

RC Review

RC Review

Stacked Ordering

Stacked Ordering

Standard Ordering

Standard Ordering

Beyond the Passage

Beyond the Passage

Conditional Logic

Conditional Logic

Strengthen / Weaken

Strengthen / Weaken

Main Point

Main Point

Stacked Grouping

Stacked Grouping

Comparison

Comparison

Must Be True

Must Be True

Standard Grouping

Standard Grouping

Non 1:1

Non 1:1

Causation

Causation

Sufficient Assumption

Sufficient Assumption

Passage Mapping

Passage Mapping

Hybrid

Hybrid

Famous Flaws

Famous Flaws

Agree / Disagree

Agree / Disagree

Tree Ordering

Tree Ordering

Frames

Frames

Most Supported

Most Supported

Describe the Argument

Describe the Argument

Local Questions

Local Questions

Comparative Passages

Comparative Passages

Necessary Assumption

Necessary Assumption

Parallel

Parallel

In-Out Grouping

In-Out Grouping

LG Review

LG Review

Flaw

Flaw

LR Review

LR Review

Inference

Inference

RC Review

RC Review

Paradox

Paradox

Stacked Ordering

Stacked Ordering

Beyond The Passage

Beyond The Passage

Weaken

Weaken

Strengthen

Strengthen

Stacked Grouping

Stacked Grouping

Must Be True

Must Be True

Non 1:1

Non 1:1

Sufficient Assumption

Sufficient Assumption

Hybrid

Hybrid

Agree/Disagree

Agree/Disagree

Frames

Frames

Role

Role

Method

Method

Comparative Passages

Comparative Passages

Pacing

Pacing

Parallel

Parallel

Subgroups

Subgroups

LG Review

LG Review

LR Review

LR Review

RC Review

RC Review

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