## What do we cover in the course?

You'll attend twenty classroom sessions during the PowerScore In Person LSAT Course: twelve lecture sessions, four fully-proctored practice LSATs, three practice test reviews, and one Challenge Review session. Each Lesson and Review is divided into multiple sections dedicated to different concepts, with a short break in the middle to keep you fresh.

You'll receive a set of 4 course books, which have been specially designed to present the ideas in the course in the most efficient and clear manner possible. The following syllabus is used in our In Person LSAT Course and will give you a sneak peak at exactly what you'll cover in each class.

## Lesson One

• ### Logical Reasoning

Attacking the Stimulus
Premises, Conclusions, and Fact Sets
The Importance of Language
Analyzing the Question Stem
Logical Reasoning Question Types
Must Be True Questions
The Fact Test™
Main Point Questions
• ### Logic Games

General Introduction
Setups and Diagramming
Pure Sequencing Diagramming Guidelines
Pure Sequencing Games

## Lesson Two

• ### Logic Games/Logical Reasoning

Logical Opposition and Certainty
• ### Logical Reasoning

Must Be True Question Review
Sufficient and Necessary Conditions
Reversals and Negations
Chain Relationships
Diagramming "Unless"
Multiple Sufficient and Necessary Conditions
The Double Arrow

The Two Passage Types
Approaching the Passages—7 Critical Steps
Using VIEWSTAMP™
Attacking the Questions

## Lesson Three

• ### Logical Reasoning

Weaken Questions
Typical Weaken Scenarios
Cause and Effect Reasoning
How to Attack a Causal Conclusion
Causality in Weaken Questions
• ### Logic Games

Basic Linear Setups
The Importance of Numbers
Rule Representation: Blocks, Sequencing, and Dual Options
Basic Linear Setup Games

## Lesson Four

• ### Logic Games

Advanced Linear Setups and Multiple Stacks
Repeated Variable Sets
Diagramming with Multiple Stacks
• ### Logical Reasoning

Strengthen Questions
Causality and Strengthen Questions
Justify the Conclusion™ Questions (Sufficient Assumptions)
The Justify Formula™
Solving Justify Questions Mechanistically

## Lesson Five

• ### Logical Reasoning

Assumption Questions (Necessary Assumptions)
The Supporter/Defender Assumption Model™
The Assumption Negation Technique™
• ### Logic Games

The Principle of Grouping
Unified Grouping Theory™
The Double-Not Arrow
Linear vs Grouping Symbolizations
Hurdle the Uncertainty™
Defined Grouping Games

## Lesson Six

• ### Logic Games

Undefined and Partially Defined Grouping Games

Diagramming the Passages
Passage Notations
Diversity Passages
Three Types of Diversity Passages

## Lesson Seven

• ### Logical Reasoning

Method of Reasoning Questions
Method-AP Questions
Fallacious Methods of Reasoning Categorized
Flaw in the Reasoning Questions
• ### Logic Games

Grouping/Linear Combination Games
Working with the Combination of Major Principles

## Lesson Eight

• ### Logical Reasoning

Parallel Reasoning Questions
The Parallel Reasoning Elemental Attack™
Parallel Flaw Questions

Similarities and Differences

## Lesson Nine

• ### Logical Reasoning

Numbers and Percentages—Common Misconceptions
Numbers and Percentages Questions
• ### Logic Games

Numerical Distribution Games
Fixed versus Unfixed Distributions
Distribution Identification and Production Methodology™
Limited Solution Set Games
Identify the Templates™
The Dangers of Misapplication

## Lesson Ten

• ### Logical Reasoning

Principle Questions
Point at Issue Questions
Incorrect Answers in Point at Issue Questions
The Agree/Disagree Test™
Point of Agreement Questions
The Agree/Agree Test™

Science and Technology Passages
Types of Science Passages
Handling Scientific Elements

## Lesson Eleven

• ### Logical Reasoning

Evaluate the Argument Questions
The Variance Test™
Cannot Be True Questions
• ### Logic Games

Logic Games Review
Killer Games

## Lesson Twelve

• ### Logical Reasoning

Logical Reasoning Review
Advanced Sufficient and Necessary Review Problems
Cause and Effect Review Problems