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Probability Theory, the LSAT, and You (Part 3)

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Manhattan Prep LSAT Blog - Probability Theory, the LSAT, and You (Part 3) by Ben Rashkovich

Today, let’s look at a specific use case of Bayesian probability theory on the LSAT! Read more

Probability Theory, the LSAT, and You (Part 2)

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Manhattan Prep LSAT Blog - Probability Theory, the LSAT, and You (Part 2) by Ben Rashkovich

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Welcome back to Nerdville, folks! Today, we continue our discussion on the relationship between probability theory and the LSAT. If you haven’t read Part 1 of this series, go check it out.

All refreshed? Have you solved the cookie jar word problem yet? Are you wondering how in the world Bayesian probability theory could link up to LSAT test-taking strategies?

Wonder no further! Let’s begin. Read more

Probability Theory, the LSAT, and You (Part 1)

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Manhattan Prep LSAT Blog - Probability Theory, the LSAT, and You (Part 1) by Ben Rashkovich

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For reasons that are basically too nerdy to explain, I’ve recently gotten interested in probability theory. Specifically, I’ve been looking into something called Bayes’ Theorem (pronounced “bay-zz”), which underpins one way to think about what probability “means.”

Oof. Read more

Why I Love Conditional Logic So Very, Very Much

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Manhattan Prep LSAT Blog - Why I Love Conditional Logic So Very, Very Much by Ben Rashkovich

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Dear Diary,

That’s it. My life has peaked. I sat behind Conditional Logic today in my Manhattan Prep LSAT class.

Sigh. Read more

How to Tackle the LSAT on Your Own Terms (Part 3)

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Manhattan Prep LSAT Blog - How to Tackle the LSAT on Your Own Terms (Part 3) by Ben Rashkovich

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Hold onto your seats, folks—we’re about to leap into the third and final part of our world-famous blog post series on how to become the boss of your LSAT. If you haven’t yet, take a gander at part one (where we cover 2 fundamental strategies) and part two (where we look at 2 more situational strategies). I’ll wait!

Today, we’ll finish off our list of creative approaches you can take by focusing on how to change up the order in which you tackle those pesky LSAT questions. Read more

How to Tackle the LSAT on Your Own Terms (Part 2)

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Manhattan Prep LSAT Blog - How to Tackle the LSAT on Your Own Terms (Part 2) by Ben Rashkovich

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Welcome to part 2 of my thrilling miniseries on how to take back control over the LSAT! In case you missed it, go catch up on part 1 to learn two big strategies that everyone should be using on this test. Read more

How to Tackle the LSAT on Your Own Terms (Part 1)

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Manhattan Prep LSAT Blog - How to Tackle the LSAT on Your Own Terms (Part 1) by Ben Rashkovich

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Fact 1: The LSAT is a standardized test.

Fact 2: Your entire LSAT score depends on your answers to multiple choice questions.

Fact 3: All of these multiple choice questions have 4 wrong answers and 1 right answer.

Erroneous Conclusion: Therefore, there’s no room for creativity on the LSAT. Read more

Important Questions to Ask Yourself on LSAT Logic Games (Part 2)

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Manhattan Prep LSAT Blog - Important Questions to Ask Yourself on LSAT Logic Games (Part 2) by Ben Rashkovich

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Conquering the LSAT is all about asking yourself the right questions at the right times. It’s a test that challenges you to think fast, accurately, and critically about what you read—and having smart questions in the back of your mind is like having a fully-stocked utility belt while crime-fighting.

In my last post, we went over 3 questions you should ask yourself when trying out LSAT Logic Games. Check it out if you haven’t yet, because in this post, we’re going to look at 3 more.
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Important Questions to Ask Yourself on LSAT Logic Games (Part 1)

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Manhattan Prep LSAT Blog - Important Questions to Ask Yourself on LSAT Logic Games (Part 1) by Ben Rashkovich

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I’ve found that one of the best ways to elevate your strategy on LSAT Logic Games is to figure out which sorts of questions lead you to the best diagrams and the right answers. These are questions that should be knocking around in your head during every game, guiding your thought process and giving you direction. Read more

9 Things You Need to Know about the Day of the LSAT

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Manhattan Prep LSAT Blog - 9 Things You Need to Know about the Day of the LSAT by Ben Rashkovich

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Have you been studying for the LSAT for months? Going to classes, reading textbooks, and trying out problems every day? Have you drilled all of your Logic Game types and figured out the secret to identifying every flaw known to humankind?

That’s awesome. But you’re not done. Read more