Includes 50 Practice Games with Detailed Explanations
Carolyn Nelson, Esq. - All books by this author
Prospective law students must pass the LSAT to gain acceptance into law school, and the LSAT's Analytical Reasoning section—commonly called the Logic Games section—is widely considered to be the most difficult part of the entire exam. In this 35-minute session, test takers are presented with four problems, or Logic Games, which include a total of 22 to 24 very challenging questions that test their deductive reasoning ability. This fully updated manual offers students detailed, step-by-step dissections of every question type. Also included are:
The author, Carolyn Nelson, founder of Nelson Test Prep, has been teaching LSAT prep for over 20 years. Employing the methods outlined in this book, she's been able to demystify Logic Games for thousands of students. She also offers extensive study and test-taking advice, and presents 50 practice games with answers and detailed explanations, each inspired by games that have appeared on recent LSATs. For students who have experienced LSAT anxiety, Carolyn Nelson's innovative approach to dissecting any Logic Game will help them remain calm, find clarity, and avoid pitfalls of challenging structured Games. Here, in a single volume, is everything test takers need for success on the LSAT's Analytical Reasoning section.
About the Guide
From the Reviews:
"The second updated edition of LSAT Logic Games features fifty practice games and explanations designed for student success in taking the LSAT's Analytical Reasoning section of the test, and offers a specific five-step approach to helping master logic games through exercises, strategies, and an overview of the test. Both newcomers to the LSAT and those re-taking the exam will find specific challenges that address what students are being asked, how to figure out answers, and how to gather and assess clues that lead to the right responses. Anyone interested in the logic section of the LSAT needs this in-depth self-study guide's pointers to success."
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About The Author:
Carolyn Nelson, founder of Nelson Test Prep, has been designing and teaching LSAT prep courses for 20 years. A graduate of the University of Michigan Law School, Carolyn practiced commercial litigation for over 10 years.
Paperback / 400 Pages / 8 3/8 x 10 7/8 / 2018