LSAT Prep by Nova

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Overview

LSAT Prep by Nova is an online course that analyzes and codifies the fundamental principles of logic: the contrapositive, the if-then, pivotal words, etc. Through this knowledge, along with hundreds of practice questions and the option to follow an organized study plan, you will have the ability to greatly increase your exam score. Receive reports and analysis of your study progress, and access course material across all devices so you will be adequately prepared for the LSAT.

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We collect and analyze millions of data points every week to identify techniques and learning patterns that can help you get a better score. We use these learnings to create a personalized study plan for you that lays out step-by-step weekly tasks for you. The plan adapts to your schedule and goals and will tell you exactly what to do next. Unlike most cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all programs, we personalize the entire course around you.

Study Plan for LSAT Prep by Nova

Week 1

What the LSAT Measures

Format of the LSAT

Writing Sample

The Three Types of Problems

Games

Arguments

Reading Comprehension

Pacing

Scoring the LSAT

Skipping and Guessing

Order of Difficulty

The 2 out of 5 Rule

How to Use this App

Questions and Answers

10 Ways to reduce your Stress and Increase your LSAT Score

Diagnostic Test

Take a short diagnostic test to see where you stand.

Week 2

Introduction

Ordering Games

Grouping Games

Practice Games Questions — 11 Practice Questions

Introduction to Arguments

Obfuscation

Points to Remember

Practice Argument Questions — 10 Practice Questions

Introduction

Points to Remember

Practice Reading Comprehension Questions — 7 Practice Questions

Week 3

Assignment Games

Format of the Game Section

Skipping a Game

Practice Games Questions — 11 Practice Questions

Logic I

Conclusions

Premises

Practice Argument Questions — 10 Practice Questions

Reading Methods

Points to Remember

Practice Reading Comprehension Questions — 7 Practice Questions

Week 4

Order of Difficulty

Reading with Precision

Unwarranted Assumptions

Practice Games Questions — 11 Practice Questions

Suppressed Premises

Counter Premises

Points to Remember

Practice Argument Questions — 10 Practice Questions

The Six Questions

Main Idea Questions

Practice Reading Comprehension Questions — 7 Practice Questions

Week 5

Logical Connectives

Diagramming

Symbols

Practice Games Questions — 11 Practice Questions

Logic II Diagramming

Affirming the Conclusion Fallacy

Denying the Premise Fallacy

Practice Argument Questions — 10 Practice Questions

Description Questions

Writing Technique Questions

Practice Reading Comprehension Questions — 7 Practice Questions

Week 6

Diagramming Continued

Readily Derived Conditions

Obfuscation

Practice Games Questions — 11 Practice Questions

Transitive Property

Demorgan's Laws

A unless B

Practice Argument Questions — 10 Practice Questions

Extension Questions

Application Questions

Practice Reading Comprehension Questions — 7 Practice Questions

Week 7

Points to Remember

Introduction

Spatial Ordering

Points to Remember

Practice Games Questions — 11 Practice Questions

Game Like Arguments

Points to Remember

Inductive Reasoning

Generalization

Practice Argument Questions — 10 Practice Questions

Tone Questions

Points to Remember

Practice Reading Comprehension Questions — 7 Practice Questions

Week 8

Hybrid Games

Sequential Games

Points to Remember

Practice Games Questions — 11 Practice Questions

Analogy

Causal Reasoning

All things Being Equal

Percentage vs. Absolute Number

Points to Remember

Practice Argument Questions — 10 Practice Questions

Pivotal words

Practice Reading Comprehension Questions — 7 Practice Questions

Week 9

Circular Ordering

Points to Remember

Generating Formulas

Points to Remember

Practice Games Questions — 11 Practice Questions

Common Fallacies

Equivocation

Circular Reasoning

Shifting the Burden of Proof

Practice Argument Questions — 10 Practice Questions

The Three Step Method

Practice Reading Comprehension Questions — 6 Practice Questions

Week 10

Paths and Flow Charts

Points to Remember

Grouping Games

Practice Games Questions — 9 Practice Questions

Unwarranted Assumptions

True but Irrelevant

Appeal to Authority

Personal Attack

Points to Remember

Practice Argument Questions — 8 Practice Questions

Points to Remember

Practice Reading Comprehension Questions — 5 Practice Questions

Week 11

Exam 1

Exam 2

Week 13

Exam 3

Exam 4

Week 15

Exam 5

Exam 6

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Fun & Effortless

Game Center

Studying for a test can get boring at times. That's why we created a full-scale game center packed with fun, addictive games built on a foundation of spaced-repetition strategies that help you learn faster and enhance memory retention. We make sure your hard work doesn't go unrewarded either. That's why we've added leaderboards to show you how your scores compare against your peers.

Game center

Achievements and Leaderboards

We make sure your hard work doesn't go unrewarded. We've added leaderboards to show you how your scores compare against your peers, and achievements to acknowledge your skill and progress as you work through your test.

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Features

Study Plan

Make the most of your study time with a built-in study plan that outlines weekly study tasks and keeps track of your activity in real time.

Connections

Instantly jump to related lessons while reviewing solutions to practice questions so that you can understand the concept better.

Discussions

Start a conversation with thousands of other students studying for the same test and are ready to help.

Ask-a-tutor

Ask any question to our army of experts and expect a detailed answer within 24 hours. Rest assured that help is always just a click away.

Game Center

Test yourself with our fun, engaging games that can be accessed from your smartphone, tablet or computer.

Confidence Levels

Personalize the course by marking lessons and questions with confidence levels so that you can focus on parts that require most attention.

Reports & Analysis

Identify your weaknesses and understand your score better with BenchPrep's intelligent reports and dashboard.

Notes & Bookmarks

Create bookmarks and write custom notes to remind yourself of tips, questions, or concepts that you want to revisit later.

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