Pass Key to the LSAT

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This brand-new title is a shorter version of the all-new Barron's LSAT. All prospective law students must pass the LSAT as a prerequisite to admission at ABA-approved law schools. This manual explains and reviews the test's four sections: Logical Reasoning, Reasoning Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, and the LSAT Essay. Each review chapter includes practice questions with answers. The book also presents two full-length LSAT practice tests with answer keys and explanations. ...
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Overview


This brand-new title is a shorter version of the all-new Barron's LSAT. All prospective law students must pass the LSAT as a prerequisite to admission at ABA-approved law schools. This manual explains and reviews the test's four sections: Logical Reasoning, Reasoning Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, and the LSAT Essay. Each review chapter includes practice questions with answers. The book also presents two full-length LSAT practice tests with answer keys and explanations.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781438002583
  • Publisher: Barron's Educational Series, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/1/2013
  • Pages: 480
  • Sales rank: 683,121
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author


Jay B.Cutts is a test preparation and admissions specialist who has helped several thousand applicants get accepted to law school, medical school, and graduate school since 1990. He specializes in advanced personalized strategies for test-taking, timing, logical patterns, problems-solving, and test anxiety.

John Mares is a practicing attorney and business professinoaly with an M.A. in Latin American Studies. He foundes the Mares LSAT Review and is a successful inventor.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents:

  • Preface

  • Introduction to Mastering the LSAT

    Orientation to the LSAT

    The Admissions Process

    Test Day Schedule

    How to Use This Book

    Four-Week Study Plan

  • 1 General Strategies

    Your Plan of Attack

    Timing Strategy 1

    LSAT Strategy 2

  • 2 Logical Reasoning

    Introduction to Logical Reasoning

    Timing Strategy

    The Structure of an Argument

    Types of Arguments

    Question Types

    How to Solve Logical Reasoning Questions

  • 3 Reading Comprehension

    Introduction to Reading Comprehension

    Tackling the Passage

    Understanding the Question Types

    Getting the Answer

  • 4 Analytical Reasoning 2

    Introduction to Analytical Reasoning

    Timing Strategy

    Organizing the Setup

    Understanding the Question Types

    How to Solve the Questions: A Systematic Approach

  • Practice Test

    Answer Key

    Calculating Your Score

    Exam Analysis

    Answers Explained

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