How to Prepare for the LSAT, Law School Admission Test

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Barron's Educational Series, 1999 - Law School Admission Test - 594 pages
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The LSAT -- a nationally-given test for law school candidates -- is an admission requirement at most law schools. This manual offers six (?) full-length model LSATs, with answers, explanations, and analysis sheets to help students practice and analyze each of the test's three question types -- Reading Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, and Logical Reasoning. The book also offers preparation for the LSAT's final part, the Writing Sample. An optional Windows "RM" software program can be purchased with the book. The software presents computer versions of the manual's tests, all of which can be taken in either the timed Simulated Test Mode or the untimed Practice Mode, which gives immediate access to correct answers. The software also offers an electronic note-taking pad, a cross-out feature that allows test-takers to analyze possible answers by process of elimination, and a highlight marking feature that lets students mark questions may wish to return to.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION TO THE LSAT
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A DIAGNOSTIC MINIEXAM
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