Arguably the hardest of all standardized tests, the LSAT focuses entirely on logical strategy while forgoing content memorization completely. Learning to master the LSAT is a bit like learning how to play a game or even an instrument: significant practice helps in anticipating patterns for answers right and wrong. Still, part of what makes the LSAT so challenging is that it is often quite difficult to come up with the right answer before evaluating the answers, but failure to do so can cost students a good portion of their very limited time.
Ultimately, good strategy not only lets students home in right answers but save time and mental bandwidth for the most advanced questions. As a result, it’s essential to customize an approach to each student, depending on their goals, that will let them bolster their efficiency, even and especially on the questions that they’ve already getting right.