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christinesiy22 on April 8, 2018


During each video, there is an explanation of quantifiers, sufficient and necessary etc., then a few questions that breakdown how to answer the questions with the answers. How are we supposed to perform all of these steps, especially with formal logic under 1 minute and 45 seconds for each question? For some of these questions it's like a 12 step process and no one has the time for that.

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Mehran on April 11, 2018

Remember, we are explaining how to solve these problems so we are not moving at the pace you will be moving on when you actually take the LSAT.

That said, you shouldn't be worrying about timing right now. Trust the process and be methodological.

By doing so, your timing will naturally catch up.

Hope that helps! Please let us know if you have any other questions.

Adam16573 on May 17, 2018

I had that same question when I first started this course. However, after "trusting" the process of learning everything before timing myself and moving at LSAT pace, I found that I was able to answer the questions a lot faster. Obviously, I timed myself when first starting and going slower, but now I am sometimes able to cross out answers before even diagramming them, saving me some time. Hope this helps your timing anxiety, because I felt the same way!

christinesiy22 on July 12, 2018


I am unable to read the solitary passages explanations. Would someone be able to assist with that?

Thank you,
Christine Siy