Cracking the LSAT

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Random House Information Group, 2009 - Study Aids - 541 pages
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The LSAT is a major factor in the law school admissions process, and if you are an aspiring lawyer, Cracking the LSAT has everything you need to prepare for this crucial exam. The test prep experts at The Princeton Review bring you proven techniques in this new 2010 edition of our popular guide. It includes 2 practice tests in the book and exclusive free access to an additional practice test and more practice questions and review online.

In Cracking the LSAT with DVD we’ll bring you the key strategies and skills to ace every section of the test. The guide includes a rich array of resources, including

•Strategies to help you solve even the most difficult questions in Games, Arguments, and Reading Comprehension
•Detailed explanations for every practice question
•Helpful hints and law school information throughout the book
•Online, interactive tutorial lessons with extra practice problems
•Customized online study plans based on your schedule

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User Review  - Terry - Target

The LSAT Book is not entertaining; I have examined it and it is a good value for the price. I am giving it all stars because if any one is interested in becoming a Lawyer this is a good book to get. Read full review

Review: Cracking the LSAT, 2010 Edition (Graduate School Test Preparation)

User Review  - Kara - Goodreads

I learned that the LSAT is basically just a giant clusterf**k. Read full review


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About the author (2009)

Robinson graduated from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania before earning a law degree at Oxford University in England. He, a rated chess master, devised and perfected the now famous "Joe Bloggs" approach to beating standardized tests.

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