LSAT Formal Logic & Grouping Games on the LSAT - Webinar LSAT Formal Logic & Grouping Games on the LSAT - Webinar

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This Public Office Hours webinar session focused on formal logic as it pertains to the LSAT exam. Zack, Next Step’s LSAT Director and LSAT course instructor, discussed conditional logic and how it applies to the LSAT as well as how to set up and diagram grouping games. You will learn about compound conditionals, simple conditionals, contrapositives and how to locate them, as well as fallacies in conditional logic. You will then learn how to properly set up grouping games and how to diagram them effectively.

If you are just getting started on the LSAT exam or struggle with formal logic, conditional logic, contrapositives, or grouping games, we highly recommend that you watch the recording of this session below.

These Office Hours sessions are intended to be interactive. All of our Office Hours webinars will be conducted by Zack Baldwin, who has a 175 on his own LSAT and a lead role in the development of our online course. Students will have the ability to ask and answer questions on mic. If you have a question, you can simply type it into the chat box or click the “raise your hand” button and ask.

Our goal at Next Step is to make sure that you have the resources needed to prepare for the LSAT and your future career. We will be offering these Public Office Hours webinars monthly. To learn more or register for upcoming sessions, click here. If you’re interested in our free online LSAT course, click here. We also offer one-on-one LSAT tutoring services.

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