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Kaplan LSAT Logical Reasoning Strategies and Tactics
     

Kaplan LSAT Logical Reasoning Strategies and Tactics

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by Deborah Katz
 

New from one of Kaplan’s top LSAT instructors—focused strategies, all real LSAT questions, and targeted review to help students master the Logical Reasoning section of the LSAT!

Future law school students know that LSAT scores counts for 50 percent of their admissions package. With top law schools routinely accepting fewer than 15 percent of

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New from one of Kaplan’s top LSAT instructors—focused strategies, all real LSAT questions, and targeted review to help students master the Logical Reasoning section of the LSAT!

Future law school students know that LSAT scores counts for 50 percent of their admissions package. With top law schools routinely accepting fewer than 15 percent of their applicants and competition for limited places at law schools increasing, students know how important it is to get the highest score possible on the LSAT.

Kaplan LSAT Logical Reasoning Strategies and Tactics is the new comprehensive study guide designed to prepare students for the Logical Reasoning section of the LSAT, through thorough invaluable analysis and detailed practice with only real LSAT questions. In Kaplan LSAT Logical Reasoning Strategies and Tactics, author Deborah Katz, one of Kaplan’s most sought-after LSAT instructors, clearly outlines the steps needed to approach the different types of logical reasoning questions a test taker would encounter on the actual LSAT, and offers engaging and effective strategies to help students master the exam and get into the law school of their choice.

With Kaplan LSAT Logical Reasoning Strategies and Tactics, students will receive:   

•    Actual practice questions from the LSAT, for the most realistic practice and preparation
•    Detailed answer explanations
•    Proven score-raising strategies from an LSAT expert

Kaplan LSAT Logical Reasoning Strategies and Tactics provides students with everything they need to improve their scores—guaranteed. Kaplan’s Higher Score guarantee provides security that no other test preparation guide on the market can match. Kaplan has helped more than three million students to prepare for standardized tests. We know that our test-taking techniques and strategies work and our materials are completely up-to-date. Kaplan LSAT Logical Reasoning Strategies and Tacticsi s the must-have preparation tool for every student looking to score higher!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781609781507
Publisher:
Kaplan Publishing
Publication date:
06/21/2011
Series:
Kaplan LSAT Strategies and Tactics Series
Edition description:
Original
Pages:
492
Product dimensions:
8.22(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.98(d)

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Meet the Author

Deborah Katz, JD, PhD, is a head LSAT instructor and teacher trainer, honored in 2007 as the Columbus Teacher of the Year. Deborah has taught with Kaplan since 2002; in 2007, she was selected to participate in the inaugural Kaplan LSAT Summer Intensive Program. She now serves as Program Director of the program.

Deborah holds both a J.D. and a Ph.D. from Ohio State University. She is a consultant for the American NewMedia Educational Foundation, where she consults with the education and athletic communities to evaluate NCAA compliance and develop rules, education, programs, and materials. She also serves as an adjunct professor for the Law of Amateur Sports at Capital University Law School.

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John_Fritschie More than 1 year ago
To be a Supreme Court justice you pretty much have to go to Yale Law School (or only a couple other schools, if you look at current and recent justices). To get one of those $160,000 a year to start law firm associate positions you need to attend a top tier school. It really is where you go, more than what you learn. So more important than four years of undergraduate finals, any particular law school exam, and even the bar exam is your LSAT score. Thus, for the vast majority of aspiring lawyers, an LSAT preparation course really is a no-brainer investment. However, there definitely are some people that don't need a course and some people that can't afford a course. I was both over twenty years ago when I got my 99th percentile score that allowed me to go to George Washington University Law School with a significant merit scholarship. And if you want to go into a public interest law career, the greatest advice I can give you is get your law degree with as little debt burden as possible. After a twelve-year career as a lawyer, I now teach LSAT courses for Kaplan and am offering my clearly biased recommendation that if you don't feel you need a course or can't afford it, that you start your preparation with my colleague and friend Dr. Deborah Katz's book "Kaplan LSAT Logical Reasoning Strategies and Tactics." It tells you everything you need to know about the LSAT, relates it to real life situations and the practice of law, and provides critical strategies for the logical reasoning sections, which really drive your score. Dr. Katz has reached into her many years of LSAT teaching, as well as incorporated the ideas of many of her colleagues, in creating this comprehensive guide to the logical reasoning section of the LSAT. When students ask me based on their first diagnostic test or a prior official score whether they can attain a certain goal score, I tell them it depends on how well they pick up logical reasoning. If you can routinely get 90% correct on logical reasoning sections then you have a great shot at 170 level scores (80% on LR likely gets you into the 160s) regardless of how you are currently performing on the other sections. So, if you have the time to experiment and want to give it a go on your own, start your preparation with this logical reasoning book. If you can get your LR percentages where they need to be then move on to Games and Reading Comprehension preparation books; you probably won't need a course. If you are unable on your own to master the LR section, then you will need a course or tutor. John Fritschie, Esq. Kaplan LSAT Faculty