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Evaluation, simplification, consideration and decision-making are the main skills behind analytical problem solving. Analytical problem solving requires a logical and methodical approach and the cooperation of multiple i... More »

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Doing well on the analytical reasoning section of the LSAT is primarily a function of reading the questions carefully, diagramming the problems neatly and thinking through the answers logically in a step-by-step fashion,... More »

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Problem-solving skills let students apply what they learn instead of just recalling information. It is a valuable skill in a wide range of fields. Knowing how to solve problems enables students to think critically. More »

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