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You’re invited to LSAT Lab’s live online class. We’ve flipped the traditional classroom. At LSAT Lab you learn the fundamentals with video lessons before you take on more advanced concepts in class. Taught by Matt Sherman and Patrick Tyrrell, who together have 35 years of experience in helping students achieve amazing LSAT scores.
Sufficient Assumption

Sufficient Assumption

Local Questions

Local Questions

Flaw

Flaw

Science

Science

Hybrid

Hybrid

Analogy/Application

Analogy/Application

Standard Grouping

Standard Grouping

Frames

Frames

Inference: Most Supported

Inference: Most Supported

Problem/Solution

Problem/Solution

Comparisons

Comparisons

Must Be True

Must Be True

Global Questions

Global Questions

Beyond the Passage

Beyond the Passage

Frames

Frames

Opinion

Opinion

Options Grouping

Options Grouping

Subgroups

Subgroups

Comparative

Comparative

Challenge A Position

Challenge A Position

Assumption Family

Assumption Family

Principles

Principles

Comparison

Comparison

Weaken

Weaken

Substitution

Substitution

Non 1:1

Non 1:1

Author’s Attitude

Author’s Attitude

Stacked Ordering

Stacked Ordering

Humanities

Humanities

Law

Law

Present A Debate

Present A Debate

Tree Ordering

Tree Ordering

Parallel Party

Parallel Party

Conditional Logic

Conditional Logic

Strengthen

Strengthen

Must Be True

Must Be True

Outliers

Outliers

Stacked Grouping

Stacked Grouping

Big Picture Reading

Big Picture Reading

Science

Science

Highlight Noteworthy

Highlight Noteworthy

Standard Ordering

Standard Ordering

Presidents Day

Presidents Day

Causation

Causation

Paradox

Paradox

Sufficient Assumption

Sufficient Assumption

Weaken

Weaken

Hybrid

Hybrid

Big Picture Questions

Big Picture Questions

Society

Society

Opinion

Opinion

In/Out Grouping

In/Out Grouping

Strengthen

Strengthen

Most Supported

Most Supported

Necessary Assumption

Necessary Assumption

Subgroups

Subgroups

Non 1:1

Non 1:1

Local Purpose Questions

Local Purpose Questions

Humanities

Humanities

Inference

Inference

Standard Grouping

Standard Grouping

Paradox

Paradox

Agree/Disagree

Agree/Disagree

Flaw

Flaw

Substitution

Substitution

Substitution

Substitution

Opinion

Opinion

Beyond the Passage

Beyond the Passage

Analogy/Application

Analogy/Application

Options Grouping

Options Grouping

Main Conclusion

Main Conclusion

Famous Flaws

Famous Flaws

Local

Local

Inference

Inference

Trap Answers

Trap Answers

Stacked Ordering

Stacked Ordering

Role

Role

Weaken

Weaken

Global

Global

Finding Frameworks

Finding Frameworks

Comparative Passages

Comparative Passages

Stacked Grouping

Stacked Grouping

How To Score 170+

How To Score 170+

Strengthen

Strengthen

Tree Ordering

Tree Ordering

Problem/Solution

Problem/Solution

Must Be True

Must Be True

Hybrid

Hybrid

Big Picture Reading

Big Picture Reading

Paradox

Paradox

Standard Ordering

Standard Ordering

Sufficient Assumption

Sufficient Assumption

Non 1:1

Non 1:1

Big Picture Questions

Big Picture Questions

Most Supported

Most Supported

In/Out Grouping

In/Out Grouping

Easter Holiday

Easter Holiday

Main Conclusion

Main Conclusion

Frames

Frames

Role

Role

Substitution

Substitution

Method

Method

Reassignment

Reassignment

Parallel

Parallel

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