We began our studying about 8 weeks before I took the LSAT. We started with **Logic** Games, which he knows BACKWARDS and FORWARDS. He taught me how to master the games by transcribing the rules of each game and making **logic** chains. I rarely if ever got a single question wrong when completing the **logic** games section. This is definitely his area of expertise. Next, we conquered Logical Reasoning. Neil broke down this area of the LSAT into question types, which we conquered one by one.

I had to complete a **logic** requirement for my graduate studies, and had very minimal prior experience with **logic**. I was somewhat nervous about the whole thing, but Alex provided useful texts and really helped me to get to grips with what I needed to learn - I sat the exam for my **logic** requirement last week and passed with no problems. Alex was also really flexible with finding times for sessions (no small feat given we were in very different time zones).

I hired Max mainly to help me with the **logic** games section, and he has done an excellent job! He taught me various techniques that helped me get faster at completing **logic** games, and he showed me several alternate ways that I could diagram setups that helped me develop a repertoire of new methods that I could use to tackle different kinds of **logic** games.