Pass Key to the LSAT: Law School Admission Test

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Barron's Educational Series, 2009 - Law School Admission Test - 489 pages
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This compact test preparation manual is based on the latest edition of the full-size Barron's LSAT Law School Admission Test. Pass Key to the LSAT presents three full-length model tests with all questions answered and explained. Test-takers will also value a detailed analysis of the test's four question types: reading comprehension, analytical reasoning, logical reasoning, and the LSAT writing sample. Equally helpful is extensive test-taking advice that suggests three-, four-, and five-step approaches to the test's various question types.
 

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Contents

Introduction to the LSAT
3
A Brief Reasoning Review and WarmUp
19
Analytical Reasoning
106
Reading Comprehension
231
Writing Sample
275
A Summary of Strategies
287
PART THREE PRACTICE
291
Model Test Two
355
Model Test Three
421
A Final Checklist
489
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About the author (2009)

JERRY BOBROW, Ph.D. was a national authority in the field of test preparation. His test-prep company, Bobrow Test Preparation Services, administered test preparation programs at over 25 California institutions.

BERNARD V. ZANDY, MA, Professor of Mathematics at Fullerton College in California has been teaching secondary and college level mathematics for 34 years. A co-author of the Cliffs PSAT and SAT Preparation Guides, Mr. Zandy has been a lecturer and consultant for Bobrow Test Preparation Services, conducting workshops at California State University and Colleges since 1977.

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