LR Question — Test 73, Section 4, Q2

Ben and Nathan work through a logical reasoning question from PrepTest 73. They demonstrate how taking time to attack the argument prepares them to answer any question. They also debunk a myth about “principle” questions on the LSAT.…

Examples of Sufficient vs. Necessary

Listener Oz is frequently confused by questions that test the difference between necessary and sufficient conditions. Ben and Nathan discuss a few examples and offer some helpful tactics to use when approaching these questions.…

Negating “Assumption Negation”

This week, I’ve got “assumption negation” in my crosshairs. (That’s right: I’m about to negate the unnecessary “assumption negation” approach to Necessary Assumption questions—say that five times fast.) I used to teach Necessary Assumption questions…

It’s Not About “Tips”

Reaching a higher level of LSAT performance isn’t about tips and tricks. As I wrote last week, the only thing we do here at LSAT Demon is increase our students’ real understanding. If it ain’t about understanding the test, then we ain’t about it.…

LSAT the Easy Way

Last week, I announced in class that LSAT Demon is now a “contrapositive-free zone.” That’s because “contrapositive” is a five-syllable word that (1) appears only in LSAT classes—never on the actual test, (2) doesn’t really mean anything beyond…