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Next Step’s Upcoming Pre-law Webinars

Next Step Test Prep is dedicated to providing students and advisors with great free events throughout the year. We will be hosting Public Office Hours sessions once a month to supplement the material in our free LSAT class and educate pre-law students about this difficult exam. These sessions are intended to give students a hands-on experience with the staff that built our free LSAT class. One attendee from each session will receive a free set of books for our free LSAT class.

 

Conclusions and Assumptions in Logical Reasoning
September 21st @ 7:00pm ET

This session will be led by one of our course instructors, Zack Baldwin, who has a 175 on his own LSAT and a lead role in the development of our online course. Zack will talk about the basics of conclusions in arguments: how they’re supported and how to find them. Then, he’ll talk about how you can use the conclusion to predict the correct answer on assumption questions.

Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions
October 26th @ 7:00pm ET

This session will be led by one of our course instructors, Zack Baldwin, who has a 175 on his own LSAT and a lead role in the development of our online course. Zack will review a number of strategies for approaching passages in the Reading Comprehension, and then tackle some strategies for getting the questions right. As in all of our sessions, we encourage student participation.

Patterns of Reasoning
November 28th @ 7:00pm ET

This session will be led by one of our course instructors, Zack Baldwin, who has a 175 on his own LSAT and a lead role in the development of our online course. Zack will cover the most common patterns of reasoning found in the Logical Reasoning section, how to identify them, how to strengthen and weaken them, and why they matter. As in all of our sessions, we encourage student participation. This is your chance to ask an expert any LSAT questions that may have been bothering you!

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