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### Everyone’s favorite: Homework!

At the bottom of each week, you can find a downloadable version of each week’s assignments!

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Week 1
Diagnostic Assessment
Week 2
Logic of intersecting sets curriculum exercises. Complete exercises 1-18. To find the total list of exercises, go to the syllabus and control search the term “intersecting sets.”
Week 3
Method of Reasoning curriculum & exercises 1-8. To find the total list of exercises, go to the syllabus and control-F search the term “formal logic flaws questions.”
Week 4
Transitioning to most strong supported curriculum exercises 1-7. To find the total list of exercises, go to the syllabus and control-F search the term “transitioning to most strongly supported.”
Week 5
Strengthen, weaken, evaluate curriculum - causal exercises 1-10. To find the total list of exercises, go to the syllabus and control-F search the term “weaken, strengthen, evaluate questions - causal logic.”
Week 6
Foolproofing. Select a set of 6 in/out logic games of difficulty level 1, 2, or 3. Attempt to complete each game individually within target time. Complete repetitions until you feel you are setting up the required confirming boards as fast as possible.
Week 7
Sufficent assumptions curriculum and exercises 1-10. To find the total list of exercises, go to the syllabus and control-F search the term “sufficient assumption questions.” Foolproofing. Select a set of 3 sequencing with a twist logic games of difficulty level 3, 4, or 5. Attempt to complete each game individually within target time. Complete repetitions until you feel you are setting up the required confirming boards as fast as possible.
Week 8
Function Drill. Take one humanities RC passage without the questions. Use a passage of level 3 difficulty from PTs 30-60. For each sentence, identify the function (intro, evidence, conclusion, opposition, etc) untimed. Function bank here. Indicator Quizlet practice (20 minutes)
Week 9
Foolproofing. Select 3 games of your second highest priority question type at a difficulty of 1, 2, or 3. For each game, complete repetitions until you feel you are making inferences as quickly as possible. Explanation Drill. Select an LR section from PTs 1-30. Create a set consisting of the first 10 questions. For each answer choice, write down the exact reason you either eliminate or select it. Complete this untimed.
Week 10
Full timed RC section with wrong answer journalling. Blind Review the questions you flagged during the initial run. For each BR question, physically write down the reason you eliminate each answer choice. Foolproofing. Select 3 games of your second highest priority question type at a difficulty of 2, 3, or 4. For each game, complete repetitions until you feel you are making inferences as quickly as possible
Week 11
LR: Priority Questions. Complete question sets of 10 consisting of your highest priory question type. Select questions from PTs 30-60, beginning with a difficulty of 1. When you reach 80% correct out of the 10 questions, repeat the exercise at the next highest difficulty level.
Week 12
Foolproofing. Select 3 games of your highest priority question type at a difficulty of 3, 4, or 5. For each game, complete repetitions until you feel you are making inferences as quickly as possible. Explanation Drill. Select an LR section from PTs 1-30. Create a set consisting of the first 10 questions. For each answer choice, write down the exact reason you either eliminate or select it. Complete this untimed.
Week 1
Goals
Understand the structure of LSAT sections and the true definition of a logical argument.
Daily Habits
Complete a wrong answer journal entry for any LSAT questions where you pick the incorrect answer.
Day 1
Arguments & curriculum exercises
Day 2
Diagnostic Assessment
Day 3
Grammar & curriculum exercises
Day 4
curriculum exercises
Day 5
curriculum exercises
Conditional logic (20 minutes)
Day 6
Question Type Drill. Create a set of 10 Main Conclusion questions at level 1-2 difficulty. Select these from PTs 1-30. Complete these untimed.
Premise and conclusion (20 minutes)
Curriculum catch-up. Check to ensure you have completed all the curriculum exercises from earlier in the week.
Day 7
Break
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