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McGraw-Hill's LSAT
     

McGraw-Hill's LSAT

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by Curvebreakers, Chris Keenum (Curvebreakers)
 

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Harvard Law School's top-scoring students show you how to get an Ivy League score on the LSAT-in a completely revised and updated edition with six sample tests

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 second edition

Overview

Harvard Law School's top-scoring students show you how to get an Ivy League score on the LSAT-in a completely revised and updated edition with six sample tests

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 second edition with their most effective study tips, test-taking secrets, and LSAT samples. These targeted, classroom-tested tips will help you tackle even the toughest questions on the exam-and achieve the highest score possible.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071448055
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
07/28/2005
Pages:
576
Product dimensions:
8.58(w) x 10.84(h) x 1.15(d)

Meet the Author

Curvebreakers is a group of Harvard Law School students who offer one-on-one LSAT courses via the Internet to students nationwide. Many of the instructors have scored in the top 99.5 percentile on the LSAT.

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McGraw-Hill's LSAT 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
AnthonyMAgostinoTulsa 5 months ago
This book is horrible. It is RIDDLED with mistakes. In one set they tell you the rules are one way and then in the next set they do them all wrong, violating their own rules. This book is absolutely horrible and an insult to Harvard. These clowns boast to being top grade makers from Harvard and they blow it. Their games violate basic English word usage and basic laws of logic. By the basic definition and public understanding of the word ONLY when a game restriction says "Gary gets in to the pool ONLY if Chris AND Evan Get into the pool." Then the restriction is C+E= G. What they want you to do is C=G and E=G. Their own rules require that BOTH parties get into the pool. What an absolute pathetic joke. If they passed with flying colors then Harvard ain't what it us' ta-be. While we are at it, McGraw-Hill is a joke
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is riddled with errors, which makes it impossible to use, and the questions have zero resemblance to the actual test, rendering it totally useless even if the answer key was accurate. I recommend studying by drawing from a variety of books, but there is no reason for this title to be among the ones you use.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I tried Kaplan the first time around and I could not have been more disappointed!! I found Kaplan to be vague and by the time I finished...I felt I had not learned a thing. Needless to say, the first LSAT ended up being a 148. Sooooooo I wanted to go with something totally new this time around and tried McGraw Hill. The strategies given were so much easier to follow and my score improved 20 points!! Now, obviously that's not going to happen for everyone, but I would invest more time with this book. My Kaplan book is now in the trash.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am not affiliated with Kaplan, except to tell you that I will be enrolling in their program to undo the damage done by this book. Not only are there incorrect answers throughout the book, the questions are not similar to what you will see on an actual LSAT exam. Also, the book boasts to have a total of EIGHT practice tests when you count the two extras on the CD. However my CD only has 7. Also, while attempting to take a practice test, I finished up section two, hit the 'finished' button, and was re-routed to the first question of section 1, which was the Logic Games section - which I had already finished. The top said I was taking the 'reading comprehension' section, and was on 'section 2' but I was Logic Games, the same I had seen in section 1. Also, the section TWO that I had just finished was a logical reasoning section. Anyway, I re-entered my answers just to see what would happen and hit 'finished.' It then told me I was DONE. I didn't even take a fourth section?! Apparently, I somehow scored a 164 even though I didn't take a fourth section. To make a long story short, this book will frustrate you more than it will help you. Like I said before, I am NOT associated with Kaplan, but I can tell you that a Kaplan book will help you more. I have also heard good things about Princeton Review.