How to Prepare for the LSAT, Law School Admission Test
This up-to-date manual prepares students for the Law School Admission Test with six full-length exams. All questions are answered and explained in detail. Analysis sheets accompany each test to help students examine each question, enabling them to strengthen areas where they need more study. They will find extensive strategies, techniques, and insights for analyzing question types in reading comprehension, analytical reasoning, and logical reasoning, as well as instruction on writing an outstanding essay. The author offers extensive general study and preparation advice that includes a five-week study plan. Enclosed with this manual is a CD-ROM that presents all the book s tests in computerized versions with automatic scoring. Computerized tests can be taken in an un-timed practice mode or a timed testing mode that reflects actual test-taking conditions.
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INTRODUCTION TO THE LSAT
A DIAGNOSTIC MINIEXAM
Part Two ANALYSIS
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Barron's how to Prepare for the LSAT, Law School Admission Test
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