The PowerScore LSAT Course | Live Online | Mon., Wed., & Sat. | 12/15/18-1/23/19
Online Student Center:
Full access granted immediately upon enrollment.
This is where you will access your On Demand videos, lesson and homework explanations, supplemental test questions, and practice tests. The Online Student Center has all the tools you need to take your score to the next level.
What we cover in class
There are a total of twelve lessons in the PowerScore Live Online LSAT Course, and each of the twelve lessons is accompanied by a comprehensive homework section that contains drills, analyses, questions, and explanations.
You also receive a set of 4 separate course books, which have been specially designed to present the ideas in the course in the most efficient and clear manner possible. The following syllabus is used in the PowerScore Live Online LSAT Course:
- Attacking the Stimulus
- Premises, Conclusions, and Fact Sets
- The Importance of Language
- Analyzing the Question Stem
- Logical Reasoning Question Types
- Prephrasing Answers
- Must Be True Questions
- The Fact Test™
- Main Point Questions
- General Introduction
- Setups and Diagramming
- Pure Sequencing Diagramming Guidelines
- Pure Sequencing Games
Logic Games/Logical Reasoning
- Logical Opposition and Certainty
- Must Be True Question Review
- Sufficient and Necessary Conditions
- Reversals and Negations
- Chain Relationships
- Diagramming "Unless"
- Multiple Sufficient and Necessary Conditions
- The Double Arrow
- The Two Passage Types
- Approaching the Passages—7 Critical Steps
- Using VIEWSTAMP™
- Reading Comprehension Question Types
- Attacking the Questions
- Weaken Questions
- Typical Weaken Scenarios
- Three Incorrect Answer Traps
- Cause and Effect Reasoning
- How to Attack a Causal Conclusion
- Causality in Weaken Questions
- Basic Linear Setups
- The Importance of Numbers
- Rule Representation: Blocks, Sequencing, and Dual Options
- Advanced Linear Setups and Multiple Stacks
- Repeated Variable Sets
- Diagramming with Multiple Stacks
- Strengthen Questions
- Causality and Strengthen Questions
- Justify the Conclusion™ Questions
- The Justify Formula™
- Solving Justify Questions Mechanistically
- Assumption Questions
- The Supporter/Defender Assumption Model™
- The Assumption Negation Technique™
- The Principle of Grouping
- Unified Grouping Theory™
- The Double-Not Arrow
- Linear vs Grouping Symbolizations
- Hurdle the Uncertainty™
- Defined Grouping Games
- Undefined and Partially Defined Grouping Games
- Diagramming the Passages
- Passage Notations
- Diversity Passages
- Three Types of Diversity Passages
- Method of Reasoning Questions
- Method-AP Questions
- Fallacious Methods of Reasoning Categorized
- Flaw in the Reasoning Questions
- Grouping/Linear Combination Games
- Working with the Combination of Major Principles
- Parallel Reasoning Questions
- The Parallel Reasoning Elemental Attack™
- Parallel Flaw Questions
- Comparative Reading Theory
- Similarities and Differences
- Comparative Reading Passages
- Numbers and Percentages—Common Misconceptions
- Numbers and Percentages Questions
- Numerical Distribution Games
- Fixed versus Unfixed Distributions
- Distribution Identification and Production Methodology™
- Limited Solution Set Games
- Identify the Templates™
- The Dangers of Misapplication
- Principle Questions
- Point at Issue Questions
- Incorrect Answers in Point at Issue Questions
- The Agree/Disagree Test™
- Point of Agreement Questions
- The Agree/Agree Test™
- Science and Technology Passages
- Types of Science Passages
- Handling Scientific Elements
- Resolve the Paradox Questions
- Evaluate the Argument Questions
- The Variance Test™
- Cannot Be True Questions
- Logic Games Review
- Killer Games
- Logical Reasoning Review
- Advanced Sufficient and Necessary Review Problems
- Cause and Effect Review Problems
- Reading Comprehension Review
- Law Related Passages
- Two Special Topics
Do you have a busy or unpredictable schedule that prevents you from attending an LSAT class in person? Or perhaps you live in a location that's too far away from one of our Full-Length Course sites. Maybe you just prefer to learn from the comfort of home.
Our Live Online Course offers you the structure and group interaction of an in-person Full-Length Course without any travel requirements, bringing world class LSAT instruction directly to you. Through our Live Online classroom interface, you are able to hear and interact with your instructor just like you would in a normal classroom, and because each lesson is recorded as you go, you can review your class sessions multiple times to ensure complete mastery!
Attend 12 comprehensive lessons in real-time from your computer or mobile device! These classes will expose you to every single LSAT concept at the most opportune time. In total you'll receive over 36 hours of live classroom instruction.
Receive immediate access to recordings of your class sessions. Every minute of class time is recorded and archived for later review, meaning you can revisit the lessons as many times as you need to gain full mastery of the content!
Watch over 55 hours of extra On Demand videos covering important topics such as "Test Mentality," "Time Management and Pacing," "Question Type Relationships," and detailed Concept Reviews for every lesson.
Interact with the best instructors in the business: All of our instructors scored 170 or highter on an official LSAT. They know how to destroy this test, and they will teach you how to do the same.
Work through the PowerScore Full-Length Course books, containing thousands of pages of content and thousands of real LSAT questions, all deconstructed using PowerScore's famous methodology—a proven system sure to provide you with maximum LSAT comprehension.
Gain access to PowerScore's Online Student Center, a one-stop-shop for all your LSAT needs. The Online Student Center contains over 30 additional official LSAT practice tests, an interactive test scoring and performance evaluation system, a vast array of lesson and homework supplements for all twelve lessons, virtual proctors for at-home testing, and so much more.
Receive out-of-class assistance via our LSAT Hotline. The Hotline is staffed by a fleet of our amazing instructors, each of whom can assist you with anything giving you trouble, whether it is from your lessons, homework, practice tests, or online supplements.
Please note: IOS, Android, Chrome OS, and other mobile operating systems are not supported. For a better audio signal, we recommend using external speakers.
Chrome OS and Chromebooks are not supported for use with Blackboard Collaborate web conferencing.
- Windows and Linux: Pentium III 1GHz or greater, AMD Athlon or greater
- Mac: G4,G5 or Intel
- 256 MB RAM
- 20 MB free disk space
- Internet Access - 28.8 kbps speed or above (Broadband connection highly recommended)
- Functional computer speakers and/or headphones
- Java 7 or greater
- Read more about recommended processors here
Supported Operating Systems
- Windows: Windows XP - Windows 10
- Mac: OS 10.7 - OS 10.11
- Linux: Ubuntu 11.10 (64 bit with 64 bit JVM)
- Read more about supported operating systems here
- Safari 8.0+
- Chrome (Latest Stable Release)
- Firefox (Latest Stable Release)
- Internet Explorer 9 (Windows XP - Windows 7)
- Internet Explorer 10 (Windows 8)
- Internet Explorer 11 (Windows 7 - 8)
- Microsoft Edge (Windows 10)
- Read more about supported browsers here
Does this course use the LSAT Bibles?
These are not the LSAT Bibles. The four PowerScore Full-Length Course Books are specially designed to accompany the Full-Length Course lessons. These course books cover the same concepts as the Bibles, but contain much more hands-on practice material than the Bibles in the form of drills, homework, and official PrepTest questions. The course books are exclusive materials provided only to students who enroll in our course and are not for sale separately.