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For any LSAT–February, June, September or December– this group is going to help you supercharge your prep. Retakers and first-timers are both welcome. Enjoy these premium features:

-Video Lessons from Joshua Craven and Evan Jones. Recorded so you can watch any time, as many times as you want.

-Weekly live office hours where you can ask us questions in a group chat.

-Priority access to us, all the way from LSAT prep through to acceptance to law school.

-Free study schedule and tons more premium material: You get access to any of our study schedules (normally 20 dollars each). LSAT explanations, lessons and drills will be published weekly.

-Private mastermind forums for support from like-minded prep students and law school applicants. Study with support from driven peers.  

-You can request content! Is there a game you want explained? We’ll make you an explanation. Something you don’t fully grasp? You’ll be given priority over any non-members, and we’ll create what you need.



LSAT Mastermind Course Lesson Outline


  • The Phases of LSAT Prep
  • Scheduling Your Prep
  • Lifestyle Changes & Stress Reduction During LSAT Prep
  • Important LSAT Prep Materials for Self-Study

Logic Games Introduction

  • Meet The Logic Games Section
  • The Anatomy of Logic Games
  • Diagramming Introduction
  • How Logic Games Work
  • Phases of Attack
  • Welcome To The Logic Games Intro Course!

Logic Games Basics

  • Basic Linear (Ordering) Games
  • Hidden Conditional Statements
  • Carrots or Dashes? Sequencing Rules in Action
  • LG Timing Overview
  • How Games Work: Rules Are Your Friends
  • Efficient Attack: Understanding Questions Stems
  • Splitting Games – Introduction
  • Splitting Games: Demonstration 1
  • Splitting Games: Demonstration 2

Basic Ordering Games Introduction

  • Game Type I: Basic Ordering Games
  • Setting Up Basic Ordering Games

Ordering Rules For Logic Games

  • Simple Ordering Rules
  • Sequencing Rules
  • Sequencing Rules- PT 1 Game 3 Walkthrough
  • Block Rules
  • Options
  • Restrictions
  • “Or” Rules
  • Linking Rules In Ordering Games

Conditional Rules for Logic Games

  • Conditional Rules Introduction
  • Conditional Rules – Anatomy of A Conditional Statement
  • Conditional Rules – Triggers Part I
  • Conditional Rules – Triggers Part II
  • Conditional Rules – Contrapositives
  • Conditional Rules Mega-Quiz
  • Conditional Rules – Linking Conditional Rules
  • Conditional Rules For Ordering Games

1:1 Game Walkthroughs

  • 1:1 Ordering Game Walkthroughs

Unbalanced Logic Games

  • 1:1 Games vs. Unbalanced Games
  • Unbalanced Games – More Pieces Than Spots
  • Unbalanced Games – Too Few Game Pieces

Unbalanced Game Walkthroughs

  • Unbalanced Game Walkthroughs

Advanced Ordering Games – Setups

  • Game Type II – Advanced Ordering
  • Setting Up Advanced Ordering Games Example 1 – 2x the Ordering
  • Setting Up Advanced Ordering Games Example 2 – Separate Variable Sets
  • Setting Up Advanced Ordering Games Example 3 – Categories and Characteristics
  • Setting Up Advanced Ordering Games Example 4 – Categories and Characteristics
  • Setting Up Advanced Ordering Games Example 5 – Rows x3
  • An Alternative Way To Represent Categories and Characteristics
  • Review + Advanced Ordering Games With Grouping Features

Rules Diagramming for Advanced Ordering Games

  • Block Rules For Advanced Ordering Games
  • Options and Restrictions for Advanced Ordering Games

Advanced Ordering Walkthroughs

  • Advanced Ordering Game Walkthroughs

Grouping Logic Games Introduction

  • Game Type III – Grouping

In/Out Games

  • Meet In/Out Games
  • Conditional Rules For Grouping Games – Part I
  • Conditional Rules For Grouping Games – Part II
  • Conditional Rules for Grouping Games – Triggers Part I
  • Conditional Rules For Grouping Games – Triggers Part II
  • Contrapositives for Grouping Games
  • Adding Complex Conditionals
  • Inferences With Complex Conditionals
  • In/Out Games – Rule Linkage Part I
  • In/out Games – Rule Linkage Part II
  • Conditional Reasoning Inferences for Grouping Games – Flashcards
  • Dealing With A Whole Bunch Of Conditional Rules
  • The Two Chains Method In Action

Grouping Games Walkthroughs

  • Grouping Games Walkthroughs

Logic Games Strategy

  • Solving The Game: Scenarios
  • Logic Games Questions In Detail

Logical Reasoning

  • Introduction To Logical Reasoning
  • Must Be True Questions – Introduction
  • Must Be True – Logic ‘Truth’ vs. Regular Truth
  • Must Be True Questions – Learning Logical Rules
  • Must Be True Questions – Applying Logical Rules To Premises
  • Must Be True Questions – Practice, Practice, Practice
  • LR ‘Main Point’ Questions: Introduction
  • LR ‘Main Point’ Questions: Prompts
  • LR ‘Main Point’ Questions: The Road to Mastery
  • LR ‘Main Point’ Questions: The Misguidedly Basic Approach
  • LR Main Point Questions: The Right Way To Think About Conclusions
  • LR Main Point Questions: The Why-Because Test
  • LR Main Point Questions: Identifying Incorrect and Correct Answers
  • Causal Reasoning
  • LR Weaken Questions: Introduction
  • LR Weaken Questions: Question Prompts
  • LR Weaken Questions: The Structure of Weaken Questions
  • LR Weaken Questions: Weaken Really Means Just Weaken
  • LR Weaken Questions: How to Attack Conclusions
  • LR Weaken Questions: Details Matter
  • Strengthen Questions: Question Type Identification
  • Strengthen Questions: Structure
  • Strengthen Questions: Handling Not-So-Strong Arguments
  • Strengthen Questions: Strengthening Strong Arguments
  • Strengthen Questions: Tying A Premise To A Conclusion
  • Strengthen Questions: Eliminating An Alternate Possibility
  • Strengthen Questions: Understanding Casuality
  • Strengthen Questions: Introduction
  • Necessary Assumption Questions: What is a Necessary Assumption?
  • Necessary Assumption Questions: Introduction
  • Necessary Assumption Questions: Structure
  • Necessary Assumption Questions: Sample Prompts
  • Necessary Assumption Questions: Examples
  • Necessary Assumption Questions: Thinking Like The LSAT
  • Necessary Assumption Questions: Negating The Answer Choices
  • Necessary Assumption Questions: Mastery
  • Sufficient Assumption: Introduction
  • Sufficient Assumption: Spotting Sufficient Assumption Questions
  • Sufficient Assumption: Question Structure
  • Sufficient Assumption: The Difference Between Necessary and Sufficient
  • Sufficient Assumption: Forming A Pre-Answer
  • Sufficient Assumption: Problems & Explanations
  • Flaw Questions: Introduction (Part I)
  • Flaw Questions: Introduction (Part II)
  • Answering Flaw Questions
  • Flaw Questions: Types of Flaws
  • Flaw Questions: List of Every Question by Difficulty
  • Resolve the Paradox (Explain the Discrepancy) Questions
  • Point At Issue Questions: Identification
  • Point At Issue Questions: Strategies
  • Point At Issue Questions: Identifying Incorrect Answers
  • Point At Issue Questions: Introduction
  • Method of Reasoning Questions: Introduction
  • Method of Reasoning Questions: Structure
  • Method of Reasoning Questions: Vocabulary
  • Method of Reasoning Questions: Strategy
  • Parallel Reasoning Questions
  • LR Timing Overview
  • Principle Questions
  • LR Cheat Sheet
  • Understanding Correct Answers: LR Cheat Sheet Extended

Conditional Reasoning For The LR Section

  • Basic Conditional Statements
  • Basic Inferences (Part I)
  • Basic Inferences (Part II)
  • Adding Negatives To The Equation
  • Contrapositives
  • Valid vs. Invalid Inferences
  • Linking Conditional Rules
  • “Complex” Conditionals – Adding “And” & “Or”

Reading Comprehension

  • RC Timing Overview


  • The Importance of Taking LSAT Preptests
  • Interpreting Variability in Your Scores
  • DRILLING: Basic Linear Games by Difficulty
  • DRILLING: Advanced Linear Games by Difficulty
  • DRILLING: Grouping Games by Difficulty
  • DRILLING: Combination Games by Difficulty
  • DRILLING: The Hardest RC Passages
  • DRILLING: Logical Reasoning by Question Type & Difficulty
  • How To Review LSAT Preptests

The Final Stretch

  • Fixing Weaknesses
  • Final Week
  • Final Month: Score Concerns
  • Final Month: Timing Concerns


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“I started following Evan and Josh’s posts on Lawschooli.com about a year and a half before I took my LSAT. They introduced me to the structure of the test, gave me advice about the best ways to study, and entertained me with the quick-witted, dry humor of their posts. When I found out they were doing a “Mastermind Study Group” for the last 3 weeks before my test, I knew right away I wanted in. Joining the group gave me unlimited access to discuss any questions or challenges I was having with them, and I believe it helped boost my score the extra few points I needed to reach my target. I took my LSAT three weeks ago, I’m happy with my score and will not be retaking, and I find that I’m still reading their posts. Josh, Evan, and Lawschooli.com are invaluable resources.”

– Allie
June 2014 LSAT Score: 168
(8 Point Improvement in 3 Weeks!)

“I never formally thanked Josh and Evan for the invaluable services they provide through their website, and I’m sure I speak for many if not all of us when I say that your help played a vital part in this process. So I want to take the chance to offer my heartfelt appreciation for all your help; without it I certainly wouldn’t have the options I do now!”

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If I had the support of the LSAT Mastermind group around when I first started studying, I think I could have broke 160 a lot sooner. It wouldn’t have taken me such a long time. Not only that, the office hours and the positive, supportive forums are a great resource. To be able to talk to high scorers that will give you honest, customized feedback is great. I never reached the venerable 170 score but I did get up to 160 with Josh and Evan’s help.”

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