LSAT Analytical Reasoning: Dealing with Timing Pressure in LSAT Logic Games
LSAT Prep by Kyle Pasewark, founder of Advise-In Solutions. Go to
Kyle Pasewark, a Yale Law J.D. and perfect 180 scorer on the LSAT, founded Advise-In Solutions to help law school applicants and students secure their highest LSAT score, and their best law school admissions, law school financial aid and legal employment results. All Advise-In programs—from LSAT preparation to law school admission and law school application advising, law school “boot camp”, employment advising and law firm associate orientation—are custom-designed for each client. All Advise-In clients work directly with Kyle, who has been advising and teaching pre-law students for over a decade. So that each LSAT client receives all the personal attention needed to obtain their best LSAT score, Kyle accepts a limited number of LSAT clients in each exam cycle.
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eleven years later and this is helping me. "games are entirely about timing" is a really tough pill to swallow but you make a great case.
I like this guy no bs and straight to the point and he's funny I've watched so many LSAT videos and they are just godawful boring
Did he just say he got a 180?
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this guy is the shit. I have my test tomorrow and have learned more from him RIGHT NOW than I have in the past few months
Thanks so much. this gave me a peace of mind as im drilling grouping games
answers dick head,
good luck dude`
thank you sir – so helpful
at the end: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. I'M DONE. drops the mic peace out.
My problem with logic games is that I always panic. When I do, I end up not being able to finish the section, which knocked me out of the 170 range. Thank you so much for your advice. I'm taking the LSAT soon (and for the first time eeek!) and I will make sure to calm the heck down!
35 minutes? or 25 minutes?
Thank you, I appreciate it when those with advanced knowledge and skills takes the time to share thereby assisting in the interested party's success. 🙂
This is great advice.
Brilliant. No fluff here. You hit all the important points. Highly relevant, digestible, and straight-to-the-point. I will watch the entire collection of these videos. Thank you.
Nice video…but calling it Analytical Reasoning when 99.9% of people call that section Logic Games was just so distracting.
Very helpful to the point. Consistent with work ethic.
While all of you in the comments are claiming this video is so great it really isn’t. His main basis on doing the best is cutting the possible worlds from 25 to only 3, but he literally doesn’t explain how to do this at all in the video. He just says he’ll show us how to do it later but doesn’t?!
I feel like I owe you money now…damn