Myself (Evan Jones) and Joshua Craven are proud to introduce The Logical Reasoning Course!

Knowing logical reasoning is all-important—half of your score on the LSAT will be determined by how well you can solve logical reasoning questions. To that end, we have built what we guarantee the most in-depth resource available for teaching the logical reasoning section.

Our goal with this course is simple. No shortcuts and half-measures. No oversimplification. The goal is to get you understand logic and problem structure on exactly the same level as the people who are making this test.

If you have taken an LSAT exam already, you’ve probably realized that the LR section is composed of some seriously tricky and dense reasoning puzzles, designed to obfuscate and confuse. It may appear at first as if you are being asked to do a thousand different tasks and that there is no clear way to find the right answer.

Luckily, this initial impenetrability will disappear as we carefully guide you through the LR section. You will get much better than you ever thought possible at solving LR questions. You will learn to describe and analyze the reasoning behind the problems. You will understand what these problems require you to do and execute a clear plan to solve them quickly and accurately.

Let’s get started on your way to achieving true mastery and understanding of logic, and the unparalleled confidence that comes with it.

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Course Features

  • In-depth lessons on every aspect of logical reasoning. Every concept is explained in both a video and text lesson to help reinforce the material (check out a free preview lesson here for an example)
  • Interactive quizzes to build critical skills and truly absorb concepts
  • 100s of clear and concise question explanations to help you think about the questions the same way that the makers of the test and top scorers do

Here is the schedule: LR Course Schedule

Day 0 –

  • Introduction To Logical Reasoning
  • LR Keys To Remember
  • LR Question Structure
  • Arguments Are Critical
  • Arguments – Definition
  • The Hierarchy of An Argument
  • How To Identify Conclusions – Indicator Words
  • How To Identify Conclusions – Intuition
  • How To Identify Conclusions – The “Therefore” Test
  • Subsidiary Conclusions
  • Deductive vs. Inductive Arguments
  • Conditional Statements
  • What Conditional Rules Tell You
  • Diagramming Conditional Rules
  • Basic Triggers – Modus Ponens
  • Basic Triggers – Modus Tollens
  • Triggers with Negative Conditions

Day 4 –

  • Contrapositives
  • Linking Conditional Rules
  • Recognizing and Diagramming Conditional Statements

Day 5 –

  • Arguments In Natural Language
  • Advanced Triggers – Universal Modus Ponens and Universal Modus Tollens
  • Universal Modus Ponens and Modus Tollens Quiz

Day 6 –

  • Valid vs. Invalid Inferences with Conditional Statements
  • Complex Conditionals – Adding “And” & “Or”
  • Quiz – Deductions (Inferences) with Multiple Steps

Day 7 –

  • Problems with Deductive Logic – Set 1
  • Universal Quantifiers vs. Other Quantifiers
  • Existential Quantifiers (“Some” Statements)

Day 8 –

  • Recognizing “Some” Statements
  • Inferences with “Some” Statements
  • “Most” Statements

Day 11 –

  • “Not All”/”Some Are Not” Statements
  • “None” Statements
  • Combination Inferences

Day 12 –

  • Step-Down Inferences
  • Quantifiers within Conditional Statements?
  • Logical Opposites

Day 13 –

  • Negating Conditions with Logical Opposites
  • Negating Conditions with Logical Opposites – Quiz
  • More On Triggers – Falsification By Contradiction

Day 14 –

  • Disjunctions
  • Problems with Deductive Logic – Set 2

Day 15 –

  • Introduction To Inductive Reasoning: Probability Arguments
  • Making Effective Inductive Arguments
  • Stronger and Weaker Inductive Arguments

Day 18 –

  • Samples, Studies, and Surveys: Forms of Inductive Reasoning – Part I
  • Forms of Inductive Reasoning – Part II
  • Forms of Inductive Reasoning – Part III

Day 19 –

  • Analogies and Other Informal Arguments
  • Cause and Effect Introduction
  • The Cause and Effect Relationship

Day 20 –

  • Proving Causal Arguments?
  • Weakening and Strengthening Causal Arguments
  • Weakening Causal Arguments – Problems and Explanations

Day 21 –

  • Strengthening Causal Arguments – Problems and Explanations
  • Flawed Reasoning – Introduction
  • The All-Important Flaw Maxim

Day 22 –

  • Flawed Reasoning – Common Flaw Patterns Part I
  • Flawed Reasoning – Common Flaw Patterns Part II
  • Flawed Reasoning – Common Flaw Patterns Part III

Day 25 –

  • LR Cheat Sheet
  • Main Point Questions
  • Main Point – Examples and Explanations

Day 26 –

  • Must Be True Questions – Introduction
  • Must Be True – Critical Skills
  • Must Be True Questions Practice – Applying Logical Rules To Premises
  • Must Be True – Numbers and More
  • Must Be True – Examples and Explanations

Day 27 –

  • Most Strongly Supported – Examples and Explanations
  • Sufficient Assumption Questions
  • Sufficient Assumption – Examples and Explanations

Day 28 –

  • Necessary Assumption Questions (LESSON NOT YET PUBLISHED)
  • Necessary Assumption – Examples and Explanations

Day 29 –

  • Strengthen Questions (LESSON NOT YET PUBLISHED)
  • Strengthen Questions – Example and Explanations

Day 32 –

  • Weaken Questions (LESSON NOT YET PUBLISHED)
  • Weaken Questions – Examples and Explanations

Day 33 –

  • Flaw Questions – Examples and Explanations

Day 34 –

  • Resolve The Paradox – Examples and Explanations
  • Sufficient Assumption Principle – Examples and Explanations
  • Method of Argumentation – Examples and Explanations

Day 35 –

  • Parallel Reasoning – Examples and Explanations
  • Parallel Flaw – Examples and Explanations
  • Miscellaneous Questions – Examples and Explanations

Frequently Asked Questions

What is The Difference Between This And The LSAT Mastermind Course?

The material in this course is already available for members of the LSAT Mastermind Course – If you are in the mastermind group already you do not need to purchase the LR Course separately.

The LR course is a standalone video and text course designed for people who want to target that specific area of their LSAT study without committing to the full course. If you later decide you want to join the full Mastermind Course (with access to private forums where Josh and Evan answer your questions, online preptest reviews and office hours, full access to schedules, and the complete course for LG and RC as well), we will subtract what you already paid for the LR course.

What If I have Already Tried Learning Logical Reasoning With Another Prep Company Or With Other Prep Books?

Again, we are 100% confident this course is the best resource from which to learn the LSAT section. Perhaps especially if you have tried and not gotten the results you wanted with another course, you should reboot with our approach. We aim you give you a much better foundation in logic basics, but then we take you into in-depth concepts that other resources simply don’t bother to teach or don’t teach well. We also have more practice quizzes and LR question explanations than anyone else.

Josh and I have years of experience helping people boost their score to heights they didn’t think possible (check out the user reviews on the Mastermind Course). We are certain we can bring your logical reasoning skills to new levels, so don’t hesitate to start fresh with us.

What Do I Need to Use The Course?

To get the most out of the course you are going to have to buy some official LSAT preptests (materials that you will need anyway to prep effectively for the LSAT. Part of the reasoning we can provide this course so cheaply is that we aren’t paying LSAC’s high licensing fees for questions. Instead, you buy the tests really cheaply and work through them with our problem explanations. Here are the books you will want to have:

Note however that you can start the course without having the books yet. It should take a least a week to get to the point in the course where we first begin working through problems.

Will I have Lifetime Access?

Yes! Whereas a lot of company charge you for 3 months access that you may not even be able to use, we know that life sometimes gets in the way of LSAT prep. We think it’s important that you be able to use the resource as long as necessary until you fully prepared for the LSAT. For this reason your sign-up grants you lifetime access to the LR course.

How Long Does It Take To Use The LR Course?

If you are following the lesson plan rigorously, it will take just a little over a month to complete the course material, quizzes, and do problems and review explanations. Completing your foundational LR study in around this time would be about perfect for someone who is on a 3 month study schedule, allowing you to wrap up in plenty of time to do many simulated LSAT preptests before your test date.

That said, because you can access the course for as long as you want, the course can fit into longer schedules just as easily, and will be there for review should you ever need to retake.