This video demonstrates the difference between “either or, but not both” and “either or” statements on the LSAT. Many people mistakenly think that they are the same and thus represent them in the same way on the analytical and LR sections. This frequently results in wasted effort and time.
This is a multi-part series helping students prepare for the LSAT. Tips and tricks are offered by student Jaime Sherman as he learned how to effectively work the LSAT from scratch. This is a unique approach that offers specific advice as to how to better attack LSAT problems and how to overcome the fear of [...]