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.
If you are having issues with Logic Games, I can not recommend him enough. I went in without being able to solve most of the games to being able to get almost every one correct. I'm not kidding, I seriously thought it was a hopeless case, and Dave somehow managed to turn that around. Games happen to be one of my favorite sections now. If you are a person reading this who is basically like, cool that's you and not me...I totally get that.
I’ve been struggling with logic games. Max is teaching me the correct way to approach the games. I used to absolutely despise logic games. I look at them totally different now. They are totally beatable!!! I just needed someone who actually knew how to convey their thought process. There are some people who can score well, but cant exactly teach the material.