Welcome to The LSAT Keyword Study Plan

Are you taking test after test, hoping that eventually your reading comprehension score will increase?

 
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Keywords are what you have been missing

Keywords are small words that make a BIG difference on both the reading comprehension and logical reasoning sections of the LSAT.

The LSAT uses keywords to engineer right and wrong answer choices. When you see a keyword, you can bet that the information needed to come up with the right answer is nearby and hinges on the precise meaning of the keyword.

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The LSAT is a standardized test, meaning there’s a STANDARD way it engineers questions and answers. As a result, the same keywords show up on every test.

Keywords aren’t difficult. They’re words you think you know. The trick is knowing how to turn keywords into points.

For example, one of the 180 keywords you’ll learn about in this course is “new.” Seems easy. After all, you probably know that “new” means something is, well, new. But did you know that “new” implies that there is something that is “old” and that the LSAT will likely ask about what was “old” on an inference question? And that suddenly there are three distinct time periods to keep track of? 

In this course, you’ll learn the 179+ other keywords just like “new” that you need to know to score your best on the LSAT.

If keywords are not understood, you are throwing POINTS OUT THE WINDOW!

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Do you know someone who barely studied and got an amazing score?

We weren’t naturally good test takers…

We studied hard and got good grades, but that never translated to standardized tests. Meanwhile, we knew people who barely studied and got amazing scores. What were these “natural” test takers doing that we weren’t doing?

After studying several test-taking “naturals,” we realized that high performers clearly understand 180 keywords that appear on almost every LSAT. It was after learning those keywords that we first cracked the test for ourselves, and we have been teaching these methods and helping students beat the LSAT ever since – almost ten years now! 


Keywords are the 180 LSAT vocabulary words you’re missing

What passages look like BEFORE understanding keywords:

Pretty boring. How are you supposed to stay awake and recognize the information that matters most?

Pretty boring. How are you supposed to stay awake and recognize the information that matters most?

What passages look like AFTER learning the power of keywords:

Once you learn the power of keywords, you’ll recognize which ideas are most likely linked to right answer choices.

Once you learn the power of keywords, you’ll recognize which ideas are most likely linked to right answer choices.


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Taking test after test will only get you so far… You must understand how to interpret keywords to improve your score.

Fortunately, you’re in the right place. The LSAT Keyword Study Plan walks you through a step-by-step process for learning keywords and how to turn them into points on test day. 

In 17 keyword sections and 79 pages you will:


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Go from hoping for a great score to knowing HOW to get it

Through a simple, step-by-step study plan, you’ll learn the 180 most important words on the LSAT and how to turn them into points.

Feel more confident on complex passages

Imagine reading a passage, barely understanding what it’s about, and still getting all the questions right. Too good to be true? After using keywords for just a few weeks, you’ll start to see order in passages that used to baffle you. Eventually, even the most complicated science passages will look as familiar as any other passage.


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Fill in the blanks of your course

Your course can’t hit everything. This e-book fills in the blanks and includes tips and tricks you won’t find anywhere else.

Learn where right answers are hidden

Keywords tell you which sentences the test is going to ask about. If you don’t recognize keywords, you might miss information critical to answering the questions. 


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Improve your timing

By focusing on the right words, you will focus on the parts of the passage that yield right answers and not waste time on trivial details. 

Harness the power of Pro-Forms

Never heard of pro-forms? The test uses them to engineer confusion. Once you learn how to handle pro-forms, you will avoid aimless rereading, one of the top causes of timing issues on the LSAT.


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Make the most of your study time

There’s not a lot of time, but that’s okay. This no frills, no fluff e-book gets straight to the point. It guides you through learning keywords all the way through turning them into points on official practice tests. 

Learn tips and tricks for the new tablet version of the LSAT

The tablet version of the LSAT has completely changed the game. Learn powerful scratch work techniques that enable you to comprehend complex passages without wasting time using the digital highlight and underline tools.


 
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Get The LSAT Keyword Study Plan now for $39 

  • 79-page eBook, organized into 17 keyword categories

  • A step-by-step study plan for learning keywords

  • 180+ keywords and detailed explanations for what to do when you see them

  • ALL the formal and informal logic keywords you need to know and how to turn them into points

  • 10 of our most powerful study hacks - learn the never-before-seen tips we use in our private tutoring

Here’s the deal:

  1. The $39 is a one-time purchase using PayPal or credit card

  2. You’ll receive a link in your email to download the eBook

  3. That’s it! Please note that this is a digital course. Nothing will be shipped to you. 

Click the button below to buy The LSAT Keyword Study Plan

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“I'm guessing you've been getting bombarded with e-mails since scores were released yesterday but I just wanted to let you know how I did... 169! I'm really happy with the score, especially considering it was a bit above my average on practice tests and because I walked out of the testing center thinking I scored much lower. Thank you so much for all of your time and irreplaceable advice… I might not have taken the test this September if it weren't for your advice but I am so very, very happy that I did. Thank you so much for everything Joe.” - Roland

“I just want to let you know that I took a full LSAT today and got a 163 (up 7 points)! I am SO happy. I have been doing the timed sections everyday like you suggested; and yes, I even gave in and started a journal to track the wrong answers. I hope all is well. Thanks for your help!” - Lauren

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FAQ

Why did we write this course?

Revenge. The LSAT didn’t come naturally at first. It kept us up at night. When we finally cracked the LSAT for ourselves, we started sharing our tips with friends and family. They started performing better as well. It felt great. As we realized that we could help more people beat the test, we made it our mission to make these tips widely available. Not sure what it says about us, but we take pleasure in helping others beat this test over and over again.

Who should buy this course?

Buy this course if you are inconsistent on reading comprehension or logical reasoning

Do you have good days when you don’t miss a single reading comp question, but then have bad days when you miss an entire passage? Do you sometimes get -3 on a logical reasoning section, but occasionally end up -10? This course may shed light on what you do on your good days so you can achieve positive results more consistently.

Buy this course if you are self-driven and willing to put in the work

It takes time and dedication to turn keywords into points. But once you do, you’ll achieve a consistency known only to a few top test takers. Plan to set aside a weekend to work through the course and make the flash cards. Plan to practice hunting for keywords and linking them to right answers for at least two weeks before it becomes second nature.

Buy this course if you want to understand how the LSAT engineers right and wrong answers

Do you often narrow it down to two answer choices and then pick the wrong one? Learning the keywords in this course will help you understand why one is right and one is wrong, even when both “look right.” 

Buy this course if you don’t want to leave any points on the table

If you do only what everyone else does, you have little chance of outperforming them. If you want to score higher than your competition, you have to work harder and smarter. This course compresses months of private tutoring and never-before-seen tips and tricks into a simple study plan.

Who should NOT buy this course?

DO NOT buy this course if you are within two weeks of your test

The concepts taught in this course will slow you down at first. Until you achieve instantaneous keyword recall and keywords become second nature, your score might go down. Only buy this course if you have over two weeks to practice.

DO NOT buy this course if you haven’t taken a full course

This course is meant to be a supplement to a full course. As such, there are lots of test fundamentals NOT COVERED in this course. If you haven’t already taken a course or worked through a self-study guide like Mike Kim’s The LSAT Trainer, then sign up for a course or buy that book now!

DO NOT buy this course if you haven’t scored above a 157

If you haven’t scored above a 157 on a practice test, your time is likely better spent learning the fundamentals from your course or self-study guide book. Once you master the fundamentals and begin scoring above a 157, the advanced concepts taught in this e-book will help much more.

DO NOT buy this course if you haven’t taken at least 5 practice tests

If you haven’t taken at least 5 practice tests, you might not have enough experience with the test to recognize how the insights in this course will help. Wait until you have taken at least five practice tests to determine if increased reading comprehension skills are what you need to bridge the gap between where you’re scoring and where you want to score.

DO NOT buy this course if you are looking for a quick fix

Unfortunately, there is no quick fix for the LSAT. To improve your reading comprehension, you must actually comprehend more of what you read. And that takes time. Though we show you the fastest path to achieving keyword mastery, it still takes top test takers 2-4 weeks to install the information and see results. 

Why is it $39? That seems like a lot!

It’s puzzling when people think $39 is a lot to spend to increase their LSAT scores. 

If your vision is blurry, what do you do? You can try to squint, but you’re best off just paying the doctor for a new pair of glasses. They’re expensive because you wear them ALL THE TIME. This course gives you a new pair of glasses to read the LSAT with more clarity than ever before.

Also, points are money. Each additional point could mean getting into a better school, getting a bigger scholarship, and landing a higher paying job down the road. 

How is the course structured?

The course is organized into two parts:

Part I: The Keyword Study Plan

Part I explains best practices for LSAT studying and walks you through a step-by-step plan to install keywords and use them for maximum benefit.

Part II: Keywords and What to Do with them

Part II explains each keyword category, lists its relevant keywords, and explains what to do when you see each keyword.

I’m just starting to study. Should I buy this course?

Not yet. This course is a supplement, not a replacement for a standard LSAT course. Come back after you have scored above a 157 and taken at least five practice tests. In the meantime, subscribe to our newsletter for tips and tricks.

What’s the refund policy?

We do not offer refunds or money back guarantees. We’ve spent nearly ten years refining the ideas taught in this course. We have seen these techniques help students often enough to know that if you follow the study plan, you will see improvement. If you’re unmotivated or think you’re a test taking genius, simply don’t buy the course.


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Get The LSAT Keyword Study Plan now for $39

  • A step-by-step study plan for learning keywords

  • 79-page eBook, organized into 17 keyword categories

  • 180+ keywords and detailed explanations 

Here’s the deal:

  • The $39 is a one-time purchase using PayPal or credit card

  • You’ll receive a link in your email to download the eBook

  • That’s it! Please note that this is a digital course. Nothing will be shipped to you. 

Click the button to get the course right now!

GET THE COURSE NOW

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We made this course to help you increase your LSAT score. If you have any questions about the course, we’re more than happy to answer them.