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How to Identify the Main Point of a Passage

Those are the raised hands of LSAT Reading Comp victory.

Those are the raised hands of LSAT Reading Comp victory.

As you get started with your LSAT prep (or somewhere in the middle of LSAT prep, or even if you’re already well into your LSAT prep. OK, let’s just say that at any point in your LSAT prep), one of the key things you’ll need to figure out is how to find the Main Point of a Reading Comp passage.

Well, that’s where this post comes in! I’ve been thinking about it, and I’ve decided to write a few words on identifying the main point of passages, and you are now reading those words. IT’S AN EXCITING TIME TO BE ALIVE.

How To Be Ready for Test Day

She is ready.

She is ready.

So, if you’ve been following this space, you have some idea of how to get ready for the LSAT. And if you’ve been savvy and good-looking enough to have enrolled in the Velocity LSAT course, then you are a world-beating monster when it comes to being ready for the LSAT.

But maybe you’re not quite, completely certain that you’re 100% ready for the day of the test, with all its stresses and joys.*

Well, my dahling, that’s why we’ve gathered here today.

Let’s do this:

There are 3 things you have to have in order to take the test 

Read Like a Meat-Crazed Raccoon

We're hot because we're hot.

We're hot because we're hot.

This morning, I want to spend a few minutes talking about the only thing on God’s earth sexier than the cast of Reno, 911 - the Reading Comprehension portion of your LSAT preparation.

The Podcast is Here

LSAT Prep Podcast by Dave Hall

So, this is our podcast. We intend it to be a wide-ranging conversation of things LSAT preparation related, and of law-school-admission, logic, and kicking ass.

(You can listen here, or by searching iTunes for "LSAT Kung Fu")

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