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The Best LSAT Reading Tip

While it is true that the best way to a high score on the LSAT Reading Comprehension section is to study and practice as many passages as you can, many of our students have told us that the tip contained in this article may be the best LSAT reading tip they learned.

This is the third article in a series of articles about reading on the LSAT test. The series includes:

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Reading Comprehension Questions

Law school candidates are often stressed out about the long boring passages they find in the Reading Comprehension section. These passages may feature unfamiliar topics, but one thing is certain: the questions will be completely familiar to TestSherpa students. There are really only a limited number of question types in Reading Comprehension and they will often help you understand difficult passages when you know their secrets.

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LSAT Humanities Passage Questions

It’s time to take a look at the typical kinds of questions you will see in an LSAT humanities reading comp passage. This is the third article in a series of articles about LSAT Humanities Passage Questions.

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LSAT Humanities Passage Question 1: Macro Question

We start with a typical macro style question, a primary purpose question.

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LSAT Science Passage Questions

Now that we’ve formed our outline for our science passage, let’s take a look at the questions. This is the third in a series of articles about LSAT science passage questions. The series includes:

LSAT Science Passage Question 1: Macro Question

The macro question we presented you with at the beginning of this lesson was a “primary purpose,” question. As you know from the lesson on Reading Comprehension questions, you can often discard two or three of the answer choices just by reading the first word and comparing to your understanding of the tone of the passage.

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Reading Comp Detail Questions

Once or twice in a passage the LSAT will ask you something about a particular detail. The important thing to remember is that the LSAT is an open book test. We call these detail questions.

This is the first of a series of articles about Reading Comprehension Questions on the LSAT test. The series includes the following articles:

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