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Free Tutoring Sessions: Flaw Questions, Sunday Nov. 1st 7pm EST

Chris NguyenChris Nguyen Alum Member Sage 7Sage Tutor
edited October 2020 in Logical Reasoning 4101 karma

Hi 7sagers!

Happy to announce session number 3 of these free tutoring series! We will be covering LR flaw question strategy. It will be Sunday November 1st at 7pm EST.

I have gone through the 7sage CC twice, taken over 90% of the PTs out there, and am currently scoring in the low 170s. My diagnostic was a 138. I've struggled immensely with this test, and I can show you how I overcame these obstacles.

In this session, we'll cover topics on:

-How to approach flaw questions under timed conditions
-How to actively read and engage with flaw questions
-Why anticipating what the correct answer choice could be is helpful, but why you still need to be careful when doing so.
-How you can still get these questions correct even when you don't anticipate what the flaw is.

We will be using questions from the free diagnostic LSAT test provided on the LSAC website. This session will be helpful for students that recently completed the flaw CC, or are in the PT phase of their studies and is struggling with Flaw Questions.

If this session goes well, I'd be open to hosting more free sessions! Please let me know what topics you'd like to discuss at a future session in the poll below. See you there!

A few additional things I want to mention so we can all get the most out of the session:

1) Please refrain from looking at the correct answer choices when we are going through problems. It is to your benefit to be unaware so you can learn!

2) Please make sure your microphone is on mute during the session, unless you are the person volunteering to help answer a question.

3) I will be asking for volunteers throughout the session. If you would like to volunteer, please type it in the chat box.

4) The session will last around two hours, questions unrelated to the topic at hand should be saved until the end.

5) If you learned something helpful, all I ask for payment is that you share the knowledge with others that could be struggling. After all, we rise by lifting others up. :smile:

Let me know if ya'll have any questions. Hope to see you there!


Chris Nguyen is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: Free Tutoring, Flaw Questions
Time: Nov 1, 2020 06:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)

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