The basic structure of the workshop often resembles the schedule below, with potential variations depending on the needs of specific class population and the approach of the instructor. There are three types of questions on the LSAT that are scored. The sections that are more difficult for most people are covered first in the course to give students more time to polish these skills and to ask questions about them throughout the remainder of the course.
Session 1: Diagnostic practice exam and analysis. Introduction to the course.
Session 2: Analytical Reasoning [Logic Games].
Session 3: Analytical Reasoning (continued).
Session 4: Logical Reasoning.
Session 5: Logical Reasoning (continued).
Session 6: Reading Comprehension and Writing Sample.
Session 7: Practice exam; analysis. Review and questions.
Throughout the course we discuss time management, test-taking strategies, critical thinking skills, and any questions students bring to the course.
This course is a supplement to home preparation. You will still have to do much on your own, as you should with any preparation course, and a major goal of the workshop is to help you do that effectively.