McGraw-Hill's LSAT, 2013 Edition

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McGraw Hill Professional, Aug 14, 2012 - Reference - 416 pages
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We've put all of our proven expertise into McGraw-Hill's LSAT to make sure you're ready for this all-important exam. In this unique guide you'll find an innovative, casebook-style instructional approach along with full-length practice exams, fully explained practice questions, and all the tools and test-taking strategies you’ll need to get your best LSAT score.

Features include:

  • 5 full-length practice exams: 3 in the book and 2 more interactive practice tests online at
  • Proven problem-solving strategies for every question type, based on the authors' experience as classroom teachers, private tutors, and curriculum developers
  • Free online videos demonstrating effective techniques for answering LSAT questions
  • Sample LSAT study plans, tips for getting the most from the online practice tests and videos, and more
  • Inside advice on applying to law school

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Russ Falconer is an experienced LSAT instructor who has worked as both a classroom teacher and a private tutor. He is currently an attorney in private practice in Dallas, TX. Drew Johnson is co-founder of Anaxos, Inc., an Austin-based company specializing in the development of high-stakes test items and test-preparation material for all major standardized tests. He was formerly graduate course director for The Princeton Review, for whom he also taught LSAT courses.

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