The Lsat Trainer

Author: Mike Kim
Publisher:
ISBN: 0989081508
Size: 20.20 MB
Format: PDF
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Introducing a remarkable new self-study guide for the law school admission test... The LSAT Trainer. Your LSAT score is the most important part of the law school admissions process. It is far more important than your essays, your recommendations, your GPA, where you went to college, or where you come from. A top LSAT score can open doors for you that would be virtually impossible to open otherwise. Most people are capable of drastically improving their scores with the right preparation. Most people score about the same on the actual exam as they do on their first diagnostic. The LSAT Trainer is the most advanced and effective LSAT learning system ever developed. No other book has ever explained the LSAT with as much depth and clarity, or presented strategies that are as simple, intuitive, and effective. But that's not what makes The LSAT Trainer truly special... Other books are designed to help you understand The LSAT. And that's what we expect our academic books to do. But the LSAT is not a test of what you know. Arguably, a super-smart eighth grader with no advanced training but great reading skills and common sense can get a perfect score on the exam. The LSAT is a test of how you think. The LSAT Trainer is a workbook--it is specifically designed to help you get better and better at thinking through and solving LSAT questions. Lessons and strategies are carefully combined with pinpointed drills and hundreds of real LSAT problems to help you transform what you read about into what you can do. Other books can help you understand the LSAT. The LSAT Trainer will help you get better at it.

The Blueprint For Lsat Logic Games

Author:
Publisher: Blueprint Test Preparation
ISBN: 9780984219902
Size: 12.22 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games provides a comprehensive system for attacking the most difficult section of the LSAT. Blueprint has developed powerful methods that have helped thousands of students improve their LSAT scores. Using a revolutionary approach called Blueprint Building Blocks, this book is able to convey those same strategies in a new format. The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games features 35 real LSAT games and over 560 pages of instructional material.

The 10 Actual Official Lsat

Author: Law School Admission Council
Publisher:
ISBN: 0986086290
Size: 13.27 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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For pure practice at an unbelievable price, you can't beat the 10 Actual series. Each book includes: 10 previously administered LSATs, an answer key for each test, a writing sample for each test,score-conversion tables, and sample Comparative Reading questions and explanations.

The Official Lsat Handbook

Author: Law School Admission Council
Publisher:
ISBN: 0982148755
Size: 10.69 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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This is a comprehensive introduction to the LSAT and a guide to the skills the LSAT is designed to assess--analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, and reading comprehension, including comparative reading.

Lsat Study Guide 2015

Author: LSAT Study Guide 2015 Team
Publisher:
ISBN: 1941743242
Size: 14.32 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Does the world really need another LSAT prep book? The short answer is yes, but only if it s the right kind of LSAT study guide. What the world does not need is another LSAT prep book with generic test-taking gimmicks, written by people who have never actually taken a timed LSAT. If you ask LSAT students what they disliked the most about commercial LSAT study guide materials, you'll likely hear: "I can understand what I m supposed to do, but I can t actually do that in the limited amount of time I have on the test!" That's the problem. Most of the methods in commercial courses and LSAT prep books are not designed to be efficient. Instead, they are full of generic tips that appeal to middle-of-the-road students; they fail to teach you how to actually apply those methods under time-pressured circumstances. That's where this LSAT prep book is different. This book was written with four goals in mind: 1.Have a Plan - This book will give you a plan of action so that you can: a) Know what to work on b) Know how to allocate your limited study time c) Learn the key skills and logical principles that will actually help you improve your LSAT score. 2.Understand the Questions This book will teach you not only what to do on any given LSAT question, but how to recognize what kind of questions you re looking at in the first place. Many study guides ramble at length about 25 types of questions, without really teaching you how to tell the questions apart. Whether your target LSAT score is 155 or 175, understanding what each question is calling for is crucial to improving your performance on the LSAT. 3.Avoid Misleading Test-Taking Strategies This book aims to teach you how to identify common pitfalls and traps on the LSAT without giving you bad advice. Many LSAT prep books give generic test-taking tips like, Avoid any answer with words like always or never. This is wrong! As you will learn, there are many questions on the LSAT where extreme language is actually desirable. By learning how to recognize exactly what each question is asking, you will learn what kind of language is appropriate for the answer. Extreme language may be a common pitfall, but so is avoiding extreme language when it is actually the answer! 4.Get the Big Picture This LSAT prep book aims to present you with the big picture: how arguments work in day-to-day life. In our experience as LSAT instructors, we have noticed a trend: students who make an effort to apply the logical principles on the LSAT to arguments in their daily lives tend to improve much more quickly than students who only study the LSAT on paper. If you are open to changing the way you argue (or to analyzing your own argumentative patterns), odds are that you will come to a deeper, more fundamental understanding of what the LSAT is testing. This will help you not only on this test, but as a law student and attorney.