LSAT Prep by McGraw Hill

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Overview

The online LSAT Prep Course by McGraw Hill gives you the best preparation available for this all-important test. This fully updated and revised course puts top-scoring techniques and strategies into this one-of-a-kind guide. Through hundreds of lessons and practice questions, conquer any of the most complex logic games and give your LSAT score a significant boost with LSAT Prep by McGraw Hill. Create a personalized study plan, receive reports and analysis of your progress, and access course info on the go.

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Study Plan for LSAT Prep by McGraw Hill

Week 1

Introduction to LSAT

Why you should use this course to study for the LSAT.

How the LSAT Is Scored

Learn how the LSAT is scored.

Test Dates and Registration Information

Find out when the LSAT is offered and how to register for it.

The Format of the LSAT

Familiarize yourself with the exam and learn about pacing, scoring, and guessing strategies.

Logic Games

Learn about the Logic Game section of the LSAT.

Arguments

Understand the format of the Argument sections of the LSAT.

Reading Comprehension

Understand the format of the Reading Comprehension section of the LSAT.

The Writing Sample

Understand the final part of the LSAT the Writing Sample.

How to Approach Test Day

Here are a few things outside the realm of studying that you should do before the LSAT.

Obtaining or Canceling Your Score

Learn how to obtain your score or cancel it.

Diagnostic Test

Take a diagnostic test to see where you stand.

Applying to Law School — 17 Lessons

Learn about the process of applying to Law School and the timing of taking the LSAT.

Some Studying Tips

Stress is the mental, emotional, or physical strain caused by anxiety or overwork.  While there is no foolproof way to avoid all stress, the use of coping mechanisms during your LSAT preparation will help propel you to success.

Week 2

Introduction to Logic Games

Gain more knowledge on logic games before we work on them.

Case 1: One-Tiered Ordering Games — 15 Lessons

Attempt your first case of logic game questions.

Introduction to Arguments

Gain more knowledge on argument questions before you began working on them.

Case 1: What's the Point? Identify the Conclusion — 8 Lessons

Work through the first argument case.

Introduction to Reading Comprehension

This lesson will give your more information on reading comprehension questions on the LSAT.

Case 1: Retrieval Not Recall — 4 Lessons

Attempt your first reading comprehension case.

Week 3

Logic Games: Case 2 — 9 Lessons

Arguments: Case 2 — 10 Lessons

Reading Comprehension: Case 2 — 10 Lessons

Week 4

Arguments: Case 3 — 17 Lessons

Reading comprehension: Case 3 — 9 Lessons

Introduction to The LSAT Writing Sample

Introduction to The Five-Paragraph Model

The Format of the Writing Sample

Week 5

Logic Games: Case 3 — 17 Lessons

Arguments: Case 4 — 9 Lessons

Reading Comprehension: Case 4 — 6 Lessons

Week 6

Arguments: Case 5 — 10 Lessons

Reading Comprehension: Case 5 — 7 Lessons

The Two Stages of Prewriting

Week 7

Logic Games: Case 4 — 12 Lessons

Arguments: Case 6 — 8 Lessons

Reading Comprehension: Case 6 — 7 Lessons

Week 8

Arguments: Case 7 — 8 Lessons

Reading Comprehension: Case 7 — 7 Lessons

Arguments: Case 8 — 11 Lessons

Writing the Five-Paragraph Essay

Week 9

Arguments: Case 9 — 7 Lessons

Reading Comprehension: Case 8 — 7 Lessons

Logic Games: Case 5 — 10 Lessons

Sample Essay Intro

This week you will look at sample essay for the LSAT to get a better understanding of the writing section of the LSAT.

Sample Essay 1

Sample Essay 2

Week 10

Arguments: Case 10 — 7 Lessons

Reading Comprehension: Case 9 — 5 Lessons

Introduction to Eight Principles of Good Writing

Try to Fill Every Line

Write Legibly and Within the Lines

Week 11

Logic Games: Case 6 — 6 Lessons

Arguments: Case 11 — 6 Lessons

Reading Comprehension: Case 10 — 4 Lessons

Be Decisive and Consistent

Use Proper Mechanics

Use Formal Language

But Keep It Simple

Focus on Your Topic Sentences

Proofread

Week 13

Exam number 1

Week 15

Exam Number 2

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Confidence Levels

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Reports & Analysis

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