Want to train your brain to synthesize information and reach conclusions quickly? Try an LSAT prep course.

Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley have spent the past five years using the Law School Admissions Test to study the brain and how people learn. Their research found that taking an LSAT prep course—specifically focusing on the logic games section—bolsters subjects’ ability to reason in areas unrelated to the exam.

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