Kaplan's LSAT 2004 comes complete with a comprehensive review of all the material on the exam, plus Kaplan's test-taking strategies to maximize your score. This powerful combination is a highly effective way for you to score higher on the LSAT and make yourself competitive for law school admissions.
Succeed on the Writing Sample with Kaplan's expert strategies for constructing clear, concise, and high-scoring essays.
Prepare with hundreds of practice questions for Logic Games, Logical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension.
Practice with 3 full-length LSATs, complete with explanations for every answer and detailed score analysis.
Score Higher with effective strategies and advice from Kaplan's top instructors.
Even more practice online!
|Edition description:||2005 Edition|
|Product dimensions:||8.30(w) x 10.82(h) x 1.41(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Let me first say that I used an edition from a year or two ago, but I SERIOUSLY doubt much has changed. Kaplan provides some general information about the test, the sections, the question types, etc. If you know NOTHING about the LSAT, you may benefit from looking it over. Particularly the chapter about the writing sample is okay. HOWEVER, for serious practice for the LSAT, this is not the book. The practice tests are NOT REAL LSATs. They seem similar until you've taken several real PrepTests, and then you can see a difference. You will get the best practice from REAL TESTS WRITTEN BY REAL LSAT TEST WRITERS. LSAC publishes over 30 of these tests in books and individually, and they provide the only realistic practice. DO NOT EVEN READ KAPLAN'S CHAPTER ON LOGIC GAMES!!! Whatever system they try to use, if they are even using a system, is confusing and disorganized. Instead, go through the Powerscore Logic Games Bible. They use REAL LSAT questions and have a very thorough and efficient method for addressing this section.(Powerscore has also published books addressing other LSAT sections since I took the LSAT. Though I did not have the opportunity to practice with these books, they are probably better than Kaplan. Ultimately, though, real PrepTests are the best practice you will get!) Again, unless you just want a general LSAT overview or are scoring very low on practice tests, this is not the book for you. No amount of books or 'studying' will prepare you more than practice, practice, practice. Discipline yourself to go through as many actual PrepTests as possible, and you will be as prepared as you can be! Good luck!