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Harvard Law School?s top-scoring students show you how to get an Ivy League score on the LSAT

This popular guide by recognized experts is the one more students trust! The authors are Harvard Law School students who tutor LSAT-takers nationwide, and they?ve packed this new edition with their most effective study tips, test-taking secrets, and LSAT samples. McGraw-Hill?s LSAT has been thoroughly revised and updated, including expanded coverage of...

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Overview

Harvard Law School’s top-scoring students show you how to get an Ivy League score on the LSAT

This popular guide by recognized experts is the one more students trust! The authors are Harvard Law School students who tutor LSAT-takers nationwide, and they’ve packed this new edition with their most effective study tips, test-taking secrets, and LSAT samples. McGraw-Hill’s LSAT has been thoroughly revised and updated, including expanded coverage of logic topics—essential information for LSAT takers.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071624657
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 6/26/2009
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 528
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.70 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Curvebreakers™ is a group of Harvard Law School students who achieved top scores on the LSAT.

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Table of Contents


McGraw-Hill's LSAT, 2010 Edition

Part II - Getting Started

1. Introduction to the LSAT

LSAT Basics

What's on the LSAT

LSAT Scores

LSAT Question Types

General Strategies

How to Use this Book

The Curvebreakers Method

Curvebreakers Recommendations

Law School Admission

2. Diagnostic Test

Answer Sheet

Answer Key

Calculating Your Score

Answers and Explanations

Your LSAT Study Plan

Part II - Solution Strategies for Every LSAT Question Type

3. Logic Games

Logic Games: Five General Strategies

Logic Basics

Formal Logic Games

Sequencing Games

Linear Games

Complex Linear Games

Grouping Games

Mapping Games

Minimized Variables

Maximized Variables

Games with Rounds

4. Logical Reasoning

Logical Reasoning Question Types

Conclusion Questions

"Resolve" Questions

"Strengthen" Questions

"Weaken" Questions

Reasoning Strategy Questions

Analogous Reasoning Questions

Controversy Questions

5. Reading Comprehension

The Technique of "Scholarly" Reading

Main Point Questions

Author's Character's Opinion Questions

Claims Questions

Syntax Questions

Inference Questions

Support/Undermine Questions

6. The LSAT Writing Sample

Sample Topic

Sample Essay

Part III - Four Practice Tests

Pratice Test 1

Practice Test 2

Practice Test 3

Practice Test 4

Some Final Advice for Test-Takers

Appendix - Surviving You First Year in Law School

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