This all-new review book and included CD-ROMthoroughly prepares law school candidates for the all-important Law School Admission Test. Introductory chapters explain the LSAT’s format, suggest a detailed three-month study plan for success, and present a diagnostic test with explained answers. Chapters that follow explain and review each of the LSAT’s sections:
The LSAT Essay
Each chapter includes study tips, strategies for understanding and correctly answering the questions, critical strategies for controlling time, and a sample test with explained answers. The book begins with a diagnostic test and concludes with three full-length practice tests, including Test 65, a recent actual LSAT. All tests contain answer keys and through answer explanations. The included CD-ROM offers two additional practice LSATs with timed test sections, explained answers, and automatic scoring.
Jay Cutts is a test preparation and admissions specialist who has helped thousands of applicants get accepted to law school, medical school, and graduate school since 1990. He has researched and perfected advanced personalized strategies for test-taking, timing, logical patterns, problem-solving, and test anxiety. Jay is also the author of Barron’s recent MCAT book.
John Mares is a practicing attorney and business professional who founded Mares LSAT Review to help students prepare for the LSAT.