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I found the lsat reading comprehension section to be the most difficult to improve. Since reading comprehension essentially tests how well you can quickly read and retain information, which is a skill that you have spent your entire life learning, I thought it was tougher to re-learn ‘how to read’ for the LSAT. The Logic Games section of the LSAT, on the other hand, is VERY learnable. You haven’t spent the last 15-20 years learning how to do logic games… so I found it easier to improve my logic games scores by simply learning what types of logic games to…

Follow these 10 LSAT Reading Comprehension tips during your LSAT prep to increase your LSAT reading comprehension speed, accuracy, and overall score. Note:┬áThe LSAT Reading Comprehension Bible┬áhas more great RC tips! Top 10 LSAT Reading Comprehension Tips Read the RC passage first. Don’t read the questions first.Try and read the RC passage in about 3 minutes.When reading the RC passage, underline key words/phrases: List items (e.g., “1st”, “2nd”, “3rd”)Technical terms (especially those that are unfamiliar to you)Phrases indicating a shift in Point-of-View (e.g., “advocates argue”; “proponents believe”; “But”; “However”; “Nevertheless”)Other words indicating that important information follows: “According to…”; “Furthermore”; “For these…