The scores that today's prelaw students earn on the Law School Admission Test can make or break their chances of getting into the law schools of their dreams. Luckily, with Video Aided Instruction's new "LSAT Review" DVD course, it's easier than ever before to excel on this important exam!
In this comprehensive review, a master teacher and LSAT expert guides viewers through extensive practice questions just like those on the real test. Along the way, he'll reveal the secrets of mastering every type of question in: Reading Comprehension -- how to interpret even the most complex passages; the most common question types (and specific techniques for answering each); wrong answer types designed to trick test-takers (and ways to recognize and avoid them).
Analytical Reasoning -- how to crack the often-baffling "logical puzzles" found on the exam; how to quickly capture the given information in visual form with a diagram, table, chart, map, family tree, etc.; how to use logic and the process of elimination to work through the most confusing questions.
Logical Reasoning -- essential elements of every logical reasoning passage; how to recognize and evaluate hidden assumptions underlying any argument; the most common logical fallacies; the various question types (with simple techniques for answering each). The Writing Sample -- how to analyze the essay prompt and develop an effective approach to the topic; how to brainstorm, plan, and outline an essay quickly and efficiently; special tips to write a well-organized winner.
Now viewers can tackle those dense reading passages, make sense of of the most vexing analytical reasoning puzzles, decipher those convoluted logical arguments, and craft an impressive writing sample. They can take the stress out of studying, make the most of their time, and maximize their LSAT scores -- with Video Aided Instruction!
Four DVDs/7 Hrs. 30 Mins. Total. Item #VAI-2023.
About the Actor
Karl Weber, M.A., is an educator, editor, and bestselling author in fields ranging from business to politics to test preparation. He has worked on books with such notable figures as management guru Adrian Slywotzky, Loews Hotels CEO Jonathan M. Tisch, former President Jimmy Carter, and 2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus.