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Advanced LSAT Logic Games Course - $350

Advanced LSAT Logical Reasoning Course - $350

Advanced LSAT Logic Games Course - $350

Learn How to Destroy the Toughest Logic Games

The Advanced Games Course completely deconstructs all of the elements that can make a Logic Game difficult. You’ll learn to increase your speed, decipher complex game scenarios, diagram unusual rules, make powerful inferences, answer challenging questions, and apply innovative techniques such as Numerical Distributions and Limited Solution Sets. The concepts in these sessions are then put into practice as Dave breaks down 12 of the most difficult games in LSAT history!

*LSAC® now requires all newly enrolling course students to have an active subscription to the official "LSAT Prep Plus®," which is valid for 1 year. You can learn all about it in this blog post. You may purchase the $99 subscription from LSAC®, or include it as part of your course, but we will not be able to show you LSAT® content online until it is active.
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Advanced Logic Games Course Overview
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Advanced Logic Games Course Preview

What we cover in class

The Advanced LSAT Logic Games Course is comprised of two separate parts: eight comprehensive, conceptual sessions, and twelve individual LSAT game analyses. The eight sessions in the course analyze the elements of a Logic Game at a microscopic level. Individual components of various games are presented and discussed, and the focus is on the recognition and application of strategies and concepts. The lessons collectively form the theoretical foundation of our advanced games approach.

The application of these ideas is made after all lessons have been completed, in The Games section of the course, where we show students how to break down and skillfully solve some of the most difficult games in LSAT history. Accompanying each Logic Game explanation is a link that allows you to print a copy of the game, so you will have a hard-copy of the game as it is being reviewed.

Because the discussions in this course build upon and expand the ideas used in our books and courses, students who wish to enroll are strongly encouraged to either have read the PowerScore LSAT Logic Games Bible or have attended one of our LSAT courses.

The following simplified syllabus is used in the PowerScore Advanced LSAT Logic Games Course; the full course syllabus is considerably more detailed and is explored in-depth as you progress through the course:

Course Introduction and Sources of Difficulty
  • Introduction
    • Definition of "Advanced"
    • What elements create difficulty?
    • Syllabus Overview: Scope of Course
Session 1. Identifying Scenario Danger
Approximately 75 Minutes
  • Appearances Can Be Deceiving
  • Linear Scenarios
    • Basic and Advanced Linear Games: Partially Defined and Uncertain/Moving elements
    • Basic and Advanced Linear Games: Empty spaces in the base structure.
    • Advanced Linear Games: Interrelated variable sets
  • Grouping
    • Undefined Grouping Games
    • Subdivided Grouping Games
    • Combination Games
Session 2. Advanced Base Selection and Element Tracking
Approximately 35 Minutes
  • Base Selection and Element Tracking
    • Base Selection
    • Element Tracking
Session 3. Conditional Rule Diagramming and Inferences
Approximately 90 Minutes
  • Rules And Inferences - Part 1
    • Conditional Rules and Inferences
Session 4. Outlier Rules, Hurdle the Uncertainty, and Two-value Systems
Approximately 75 Minutes
  • Rules And Inferences - Part 2
    • Outlier Rules
    • Hurdle the Uncertainty
    • Two-value systems
    • Summary: Rules and Inferences Review
Session 5. The Questions
Approximately 75 Minutes
  • Unusual Types and Variations
    • List Questions - Different Types
    • "At Least" Questions
    • Maximum/Minimum Questions
    • Justify Questions
    • Suspension Questions
    • 5 If Questions
  • Question Attack Strategy
    • Question Attack Order
    • Question Stem Information
Session 6. Decision-Making and Hypotheticals
Approximately 40 Minutes
  • Previously Discussed Elements
  • Advanced Tools and Approaches
    • Elite-level Decision-making: control your test experience
    • Hypotheticals
Session 7. Numerical Distributions
Approximately 60 Minutes
  • Numerical Distributions
    • Identifying Distributions
    • Creating Distributions
Session 8: Limited Solution Sets
Approximately 45 Minutes
  • Limited Solutions Sets
    • Templates and Possibilities
    • Approach Review
    • Common Elements of Limited Solution Set Games
    • Systematic Template Creation
Individual Game Discussions

The final portion of the course includes a detailed analysis and discussion of twelve separate LSAT Logic Games. These game discussions bring together all of the conceptual elements covered in the eight sessions, and show students how to systematically apply the methods and techniques they learned. The twelve games consist of some of the most difficult games in LSAT history, including the October 1991 Hannah game, the September 1998 Panel game, the June 2000 CD Game, and the June 2009 Dinosaur game, among others.

Advanced LSAT Logical Reasoning Course - $350

Master the Toughest Logical Reasoning Questions

The Advanced Logical Reasoning Course delves into every complex facet of Logical Reasoning. Dave and Jon will guide you through detailed discussions on complicated argument deconstruction, powerful prephrasing, answer choice elimination, and specific reasoning and question type recognition, all explained using some of the trickiest LR questions ever. You’ll also receive comprehensive instruction on timing, performance anxiety, test day strategy, and the unique mentality of the highest scorers!

*LSAC® now requires all newly enrolling course students to have an active subscription to the official "LSAT Prep Plus®," which is valid for 1 year. You can learn all about it in this blog post. You may purchase the $99 subscription from LSAC®, or include it as part of your course, but we will not be able to show you LSAT® content online until it is active.
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Advanced Logical Reasoning Course Overview
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Advanced Logical Reasoning Course, Introduction

What we cover in class

Because the discussions in this course build upon and expand the ideas used in our books and courses, students who wish to enroll are strongly encouraged to either have read the PowerScore LSAT Logical Reasoning Bible or have attended one of our LSAT courses.

The following simplified syllabus is used in the PowerScore Advanced LSAT Logical Reasoning Course; the full course syllabus is considerably more detailed.

Section 1: Stimulus and Question Stem Issues
Section 2: Advanced Questions and Question Types
Section 3: Advanced Reasoning Types
Section 4: Timing and Strategy
  • Lesson 1. Language
  • Lesson 2. Argumentation
  • Lesson 3. Question Stems
  • Lesson 4. Prephrasing and Common Scenarios
  • Lesson 5. Must Be True and Cannot Be True Questions
  • Lesson 6. Assumption Questions
  • Lesson 7. Assumption Flaw Questions
  • Lesson 8. Justify the Conclusion Questions
  • Lesson 9. Method of Reasoning/Flaw in the Reasoning Questions
  • Lesson 10. Parallel Reasoning and Parallel Flaw Questions
  • Lesson 11. Evaluate the Argument Questions
  • Lesson 12. Point at Issue/Point of Agreement Questions
  • Lesson 13. Principle Questions
  • Lesson 14. Advanced Conditional Reasoning
  • Lesson 15. Advanced Causal Reasoning
  • Lesson 16. Numbers and Percentages
  • Lesson 17. Formal Logic
  • Lesson 18. Timing and Strategy

A Great Value

What's included?

Each advanced course includes over 20 hours of lecture time presented as a series of On Demand video lessons, allowing you to work through the sessions at your own pace for up to six months, from anywhere in the world.

Taught exclusively by Dave Killoran, the bestselling author of PowerScore's LSAT Bibles, and Jon Denning, PowerScore’s Vice President.

Our Email Assistance program and LSAT Forum are staffed by a fleet of our amazing instructors, each of whom can assist you with anything in the course giving you trouble.

Dave Killoran

“In these courses we wanted to take students into higher-level discussions of the questions and concepts, and the lessons are really geared for test takers looking to attain the highest possible LSAT score.” -Dave Killoran.

“This course is a fantastic bang for your buck. Though you do not actually have contact with a live instructor, it feels like the course progresses in a manner that is custom tailored to a 170+ test taker who just needs the extra boost in logic games. ”

D. Benger
student

“After taking this well priced and quick online course, I am now averaging 22 out of 25 questions correct in just a matter of three weeks! My only regret is that I had not taken this course before my October LSAT, I probably wouldn't need to retake it in December if I had done so.”

R. Desai
student

“This course helped me go from feeling very anxious about the logic games section to feeling like I could absolutely dominate the logic games. On the day of my test, I know that I performed successfully on the logic games in large part due to this course.”

K. Boyles
student