The LSAT Reading Comprehension section will feel familiar because there is large overlap between it and the SAT and ACT exams (and many other standardized tests). The general strategies are similar. The LSAT is distinct in that it focuses on disputes and arguments more than other standardized tests (the legal process is based on an adversarial trial process, so this makes sense), and the question types are more challenging.
This course will teach you to “read between the lines.” We teach what you should have learned in school, but didn’t. Much of the reading techniques we discuss was already covered in our Logical Reasoning chapter, so we suggest that you review Logical Reasoning first. The Reading Comprehension section is much like Logical Reasoning, but with a longer attention span for its 450+ word passages.