Supercourse for the LSAT

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Prentice Hall, 1991 - Law School Admission Test - 709 pages
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Now revised to match the new test format effective June, 1991, Supercourse for the LSAT offers a full-scale coaching program designed to be even better than professional LSAT tutoring courses. Includes all the new format changes, secret strategies from leading test coaches, "walk-through" drills, and more practice questions than any other LSAT guide.

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Contents

Getting Started
6
Lets Look at the LSAT
7
Nuts and Bolts
17
Test Anxiety
25
Unlocking the Mystery
31
Reading Comprehension
43
Reading Comprehension Drills
71
Analytical ReasoningPart I
133
Logical ReasoningPart II
299
Logical Reasoning Drills
323
Writing SamplePart I
359
Writing SamplePart II 395
361
Part Three Practice Tests
411
Practice Test 1
413
Practice Test 2
489
Practice Test 3
567

Analytical ReasoningPart II
175
Analytical Reasoning Drills
233
Logical ReasoningPart I
273
Practice Test 4
631
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About the author (1991)

Professor Thomas H. Martinson is widely acknowledged as America’s leading authority on test preparation. Educated at Harvard University with an advanced degree and 12 years of postgraduate research, Professor Martinson has published more than three dozen books on test preparation. He is routinely invited to lecture on test prep and related topics at top colleges and universities throughout the United States and abroad.

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