Tuesday, April 7, 2009

the lsat chronicles - fundamentals of arguments workshop

This wasn't the best workshop. Only 3 LSAT students showed up (the same 3 of us from the same class) and the rest of the class were GMAT students. 

The class was very basic and I expected a greater understanding of Assumptions and a greater examination of Strengthen/Weaken/Flaw questions. This class ended with an hour and a half to spare so that should tell you something about the quality of the work.

The teacher wasn't terrific. She should have been hammering home the method and did not. I think many of the GMAT people left more confused than when they came in. If Tutor hadn't given us some good grounding, me and my classmates would have been lost as well. We were just bored.