LSAT Logic Games
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. In very simple, straightforward language, this brand-new manual offers students detailed, step-by-step dissections of every question type. Also included are:
A comprehensive five-step approach to help students make accurate deductions and successfully tackle the questions An overview of the LSAT, including helpful advice on effective LSAT time management Drill exercises for reinforcing the understanding of conditional statements
The author, Carolyn Nelson, founder of Nelson Test Prep, has been teaching LSAT prep for 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 gain calm and clarity and avoid pitfalls of craftily structured Games. Here, in a single volume, is everything test takers need for success on the LSAT's Analytical Reasoning section.
Hauppauge : Barron's, 2014
vii, 391 p. : ill. ; 28 cm