Book Description

Turbo-Charge Your Prep with Problem-Type Drilling The LSAT is an exam which is full of patterns. Because of this, using previously-administered LSATs is indisputably the most effective way to prepare for the test. The exam tests your ability to answer questions accurately and shift gears through distinct types of questions, all under tight time constraints. LSAC publishes five books of ten LSATs, and while they are quite reasonably priced, none of them break the problem-types into groups for targeted drilling. This book provides the tools to drill questions by problem type using the standard official LSAT books. Rather than sorting through tests manually, simply use our problem sets (with answer bubbles) to navigate the various types. The references even include page numbers, where available, so you can go straight to the problems without delay. For most students, problem-type drilling is essential for test mastery; this book in conjunction with LSAC’s books of ten tests will enable you to drill as needed and save valuable time in the process. Covers June 2007 LSAT PrepTest All three SuperPrep tests (A, B, and C) All three SuperPrep II tests (62, 63, and C2) Official LSAT PrepTests 1–77 Includes Introduction Logic Games Types in Detail Logical Reasoning Types in Detail Reading Comprehension Types in Detail Logic Games Problem Sets Logical Reasoning Problem Sets Reading Comprehension Problem Sets Logic Games Answers Logical Reasoning Answers Reading Comprehension Answers PrepTest Classification Index Logic Games Conversion Tables Logical Reasoning Conversion Table PrepTest Usage Chart Please note: this book does not contain any actual LSAT questions. They must be purchased separately.

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