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WE WANT TO HELP YOU MAKE SENSE OF LSAT LOGIC GAMES

You can learn to solve those tricky LSAT logic games—and we can teach you how to do it. This easy-to-follow guide will show you how to work through every game type, how to diagram logical relationships, and how to use targeted tools to answer questions quickly and easily. Every problem-solving

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WE WANT TO HELP YOU MAKE SENSE OF LSAT LOGIC GAMES

You can learn to solve those tricky LSAT logic games—and we can teach you how to do it. This easy-to-follow guide will show you how to work through every game type, how to diagram logical relationships, and how to use targeted tools to answer questions quickly and easily. Every problem-solving technique in this book has been developed and refined by law school students who aced the LSAT. Whatever the game type, you’ll learn the techniques you need to solve the most complex logic problems. find the correct answers, and raise your LSAT score.

McGraw-Hill's Conquering LSAT Logic Games helps you develop logic-solving skills with

  • 72 practice logic games with solutions
  • Logic tools to help you solve any kind of logic game
  • Diagramming techniques that you can use for every game type
  • The breakthrough Curvebreakers logic games solution methods

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071595971
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date:
10/03/2007
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Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
208
File size:
5 MB

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Gymmom More than 1 year ago
Unfortunately, I did not read the reviews before buying this book. I needed more practice with logic games and this one seemed good. There are way too many errors. After spending valuable time trying to figure out what I did wrong and finding nothing I decided to read the reviews only to read the book is full of errors. I will say their ways of diagramming were helpful.
smcdyer More than 1 year ago
This booklet has shown me how to develop some great techniques for outlining and diagramming problems and solutions. It breaks down the various types of questions found throughout the LSAT and analyzes the way the writers approach the answer stems, and ways in which they intend to steer the test taker toward the easy, and often the wrong, answer. This, in conjunction with my other preparation material, should leave me very well prepared for upcoming LSAT.
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beefly More than 1 year ago
I bought this book thinking that it would be nice to have an extra set of logic games to practice, however, there are way too many errors. A lot of the answers don't match up with the problems given and I spent way too much time trying to figure out what I did wrong when I actually had the right answer. Sometimes, 2 answers could be correct--even according to their explanation of the correct answer. Sometimes, no answer could be right--confirmed by some of their explanations. This makes you feel unsure of your logic games skills. Do not buy this book. A waste of money and time.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am currently studying and had to drop what I was doing to come on here and write this review. I have found SEVERAL errors in the text. For example, one question asked me to pick out which situation could not occur given an extra variable that they added in. There was one answer choice that clearly violated the original set or rules. Another answer choice violated the rules given the new variable. Either answer choice would have been correct as a situation that could not occur. Obviously these questions weren't thought through. You're much better off practicing on ACTUAL LSAT questions!!!