AdeptLR is designed for students looking for a simple, effective, and efficient way to drill and review LSAT Logical Reasoning questions. Because AdeptLR does not provide any learning materials (e.g., video courses or explanations of LR questions), we recommend using AdeptLR with other learning materials such as the Powerscore LR Bible. Free explanations to most (if not all) LSAT questions can be found at Manhattan Prep Forums or LSAT Hacks.
How is the AdeptLR's algorithm different from other algorithms?
Not all algorithms are created equal (or created by a Ph.D data scientist). Designed by our Ph.D data scientist, our algorithm combines the power of machine learning with psychometric principles to provide you with targeted questions that continuously adapt to your growing abilities. Our algorithm determines the difficulty of each question based on your unique testing profile, since difficulty is subjective to the student—and not merely based on how hard an instructor or prep course says a question is.
In other “adaptive” algorithms, the difficulty of each question is determined in advance by instructors with 99th-percentile LSAT scores. Because the difficulty of each question is determined in advance by someone other than the user, these other algorithms cannot account for each user’s unique learning needs.
It is our firm belief that difficulty is subjective—a question that is easy to some may be very challenging for others.
Does AdeptLR teach how users should approach each LR category?
AdeptLR is not designed to teach you the content of logical reasoning questions. If you’re new to the LSAT, please take a month or two to familiarize yourself with the different LR categories and develop an approach to LR that works for you before using AdeptLR.
Does AdeptLR provide explanations for each LR question?
We do not. However, there are many LSAT prep companies that release explanations for free on their website. For example, Manhattan Prep provides free written explanations to all the PTs here, and LSAT Hacks provides free written explanations for PT 29-38 and 60-81 here.