Live Classes and Webinars

LR in Action with Bailey and Alex · Bailey Luber

Event Series LR in Action
Strategy Timing

Join senior 7Sage LSAT instructors Bailey and Alex as they tackle unprepared LSAT questions in real-time, offering you a window into their thought processes and strategies while the clock is ticking. How does a top scorer approach timing differently, and which habits are most effective?

The Flaw Factory · Alex Jacobs

Event Series The Flaw Factory
Logical Reasoning

Being able to quickly identify flaws in an argument is one of the most critical skills needed for a wide variety of LR question types. Hone your flaw-spotting ability by working through Flaw questions of varying difficulty!

Curvebreaker Passages · Alex Jacobs

Event Series Curvebreaker Passages
Reading Comprehension

When it comes to RC there are passages, and then there are passages. Dense language, inscrutable authorial opinions, answer choices that hinge on a single word... the list goes on! Learn to navigate the worst that the section can throw at you, with a focus on the most difficult passages featured on the LSAT yet.

RC in Action with Bailey and Alex · Bailey Luber

Event Series RC in Action
Strategy Reading Comprehension Timing

Join senior 7Sage LSAT instructors Bailey and Alex as they tackle unprepared LSAT passages in real-time, offering you a window into their thought processes and strategies while the clock is ticking. How does a top scorer approach timing differently, and which habits are most effective?

LR in Action with Bailey and Alex · Alex Jacobs

Event Series LR in Action
Strategy Timing

Join senior 7Sage LSAT instructors Bailey and Alex as they tackle unprepared LSAT questions in real-time, offering you a window into their thought processes and strategies while the clock is ticking. How does a top scorer approach timing differently, and which habits are most effective?

Oversupplying Assumptions · Alex Jacobs

Event Series Oversupplying Assumptions
Logical Reasoning

When you get a question wrong you haven't just missed the correct answer, but have actively chosen a wrong answer. What makes a trap answer so alluring? Often a bad answer would be correct if allowed an assumption that's just a step too far. Learn to effectively scrutinize attractive answer choices, and stop feeding trap answers the […]

The Flaw Factory · Alex Jacobs

Event Series The Flaw Factory
Logical Reasoning

Being able to quickly identify flaws in an argument is one of the most critical skills needed for a wide variety of LR question types. Hone your flaw-spotting ability by working through Flaw questions of varying difficulty!