Reading Comprehension Workshop — February 2021
- Feb 10, 2021
- Advice on Reading Comprehension
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
By now, you’ve probably taken your fair share of standardized tests, each with its own type of reading comprehension section. This false sense of security leads many LSAT students to make the fatal mistake of neglecting their LSAT Reading Comprehension practice during their LSAT prep. It might not be as fun as the section that literally has “Games” in the title, but that doesn’t mean it has to be boring or any less important. The Reading Comprehension section of the LSAT has four sets of passages followed by five to eight questions per passage. The Reading Comp section is worth 33% of your LSAT-Flex score (25% if taking the normal LSAT), so it’s not something to take lightly.
Join our expert Blueprint LSAT instructors as they show you how to navigate through the vague, muddy waters of this lit (no pun intended) section in our Reading Comprehension Workshop! You’ll walk away from this with a fundamental understanding of what it takes to ace this section.
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