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A) There are so many different things we teach that no other course anywhere does -- things useful to everyone, but ESPECIALLY so for very-low and very-high scorers.

Here's a partial -- very partial -- list:

For the Puzzles: A radically different, and more efficient approach to the Puzzles, that pre-answers many questions before you even attack the questions at all. 17 distinct Puzzle Types, each with its own issues, suggested pictures, connections, shortcuts, and traps to watch out for (most courses teach 5 to 8 at most). Pre-decoded Rules that permit instant decoding and representation of all the most frequent Rule types. And seven educated-guessing tricks that mean you'll NEVER have to (as one course puts it) "guess the letter of the day" or (as another course has it) "Always guess ŒD' -- since it's right 24% of the time, and A, B, C, and E are only right 18% of the time." Riiiiiight.

For the Passages: A radically different (there's that phrase again), and more efficient basic approach that recognizes that the section is not "Reading Comprehension" -- the fact that every other course calls it that is proof that they're not teaching the most efficient methods. Four distinct ways to tell what the LSAT authors deem important enough to worry about, and what they don't. Three specific ways to tell where each Question is sending you to find the answer. Formulas for 11 distinct Question Types (most courses teach 5 or 6), and for 14 individual Trap-Answer Types, so you can recognize and avoid them -- thus enabling you to answer any Question either "backwards" or "forwards" (most courses don't address this at all). Another unique intelligent-guessing strategy that lets you get 50-60% or more correct on Passages you don't have time to read at all.

For the Arguments: Multiple approaches to the analysis of Arguments and the dissection of same into component parts. Formulas for answering 14 distinct Questions types, and sub-categories of most (most courses have fewer than 10 basic Q-types). 13 different categories of "Flawed Arguments" (most courses have about 5 or 6), and ways to prioritize and rank them when required. Special-case exceptions for recognizing right answers disguised as common traps. A cheat-sheet of exact wordings for all the right answers to one of the most difficult Q-types. A special shortcut for halving the time required to do "Parallel Reasoning" Questions -- while increasing accuracy. A unique timing/pacing strategy that ensures you'll get more right in less time -- and, again, NEVER have to guess randomly.

And, of course, all this is delivered by Instructors who have scored up to 18 points more (!) than those in some mass-market Courses.