Learn to Dominate Conditional Reasoning Questions on the LSATApr 06, 2020
There's no doubt about it, a lot of logical reasoning is necessary to do well on the LSAT. Between the logic games and logical reasoning questions, you need to be able to think critically and quickly identify logical fallacies if you're going to get a high LSAT score.
The good news is that critical thinking can be learned. It can be taught.
And here's more good news for you. Upwards of 35% or more of the LSAT questions you'll encounter on test day require your understanding of what is called conditional logical. It's a very precise pattern of reasoning that, once you learn to detect it and execute it properly, can enable you to get a lot more right answers on test day -- and to do so more efficiently.
Given that, wouldn't you agree that it's worth investing a little time to master this important skill?
Of course it is. And here's the best news for you. Our resident LSAT guru, Dave Hall, just released this short 19-minute video breaking it all down for you. In this video you'll learn the fundamental components of LSAT conditional logic -- with humorous and memorable examples -- and see how the conditional logic concepts he teaches apply to real LSAT questions.
Go ahead and watch the video HERE:
Now, while what Dave teaches in this video will help you on perhaps a third of the LSAT questions you'll face, there's obviously more that you need to learn if you want a top score.
Whenever you're ready to dive deeper and take your LSAT prep to the next level, visit us at https://www.dominatetestprep.com/lsat to sign up for one of our comprehensive LSAT prep courses. We're looking forward to working with you.
Until then, enjoy the free lesson above and don't hesitate to let us know how else we can empower you to dominate the LSAT!