- Thu Mar 03, 2022 7:47 pm
Absolutely, ridolph.lauren. This is a test of reasoning and argumentation, so when you improve in those skills, you can improve across the test. Learning to identify the conclusion in logical reasoning helps you identify the main point in reading comp. Learning how to make connections in the games can help you learn what you can and can't support in a reading comp passage. It's all connected, and it's all skill based.
This is one of my favorite features of the LSAT. Because it is a skills based test, not a knowledge based test, as you learn and improve in one area, you can see that improvement reflected in other areas as well. It's like a snowball of skill building, and it's incredibly motivating.
You should absolutely be pleased by progress, and celebrate your success! Keep up the good work.