Everybody needs help with the LSAT's Logic Games; fortunately, it's the easiest part of the LSAT to learn. On Sunday, January 26 at Santa Clara University I'll be teaching a *free* three-hour course in Logic Games. Here's the flyer:
Since there's no football, why not spend a few hours upping your Game(s)?
These events have been wildly popular in the past; people are always asking me when I'm going to do another one. The formula is simple: You'll attempt games on your own, then I'll do the games on the board until everybody understands them, and we'll repeat that as many times as possible. You'll start the day saying "Nathan makes these games look easy," and end the day saying "oh... the games actually are easy."
No registration is required, but it would be great if you could drop me a line to tell me you're coming. And please help spread the word by distributing links to this post!