The LSAT Reading Comprehension section is, basically, a much harder version of those in the SAT and ACT exams. The LSAT focuses more upon disputes and arguments (the legal process is based on an adversarial trial process, so this makes sense).
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 you should review Logical Reasoning first. The Reading Comprehension section is much like Logical Reasoning, but with a longer attention span for its 450+ word passages. It’s similar to Logic Games in that you need to diagram structure.