Anyone who knows anything about the LSAT can tell you that the exam is an excruciating exercise in patience. In other words, both the test and studying for the test are boring as hell! Until now… The Naughty LSAT Study Guide: Not-So-Boring Analytical Reasoning Practice Problems, First Edition is the only entertaining study guide for the exam that all aspiring law school applicants must take and ace. These hilarious and sexually-charged practice problems will make studying for the LSAT not only bearable and tolerable, but wildly entertaining and enjoyable too. The book specifically covers the part of the LSAT that is the most difficult and painful for most students – the analytical reasoning (or logic games) section. But this section is also the most learnable, meaning that students stand the best chance of increasing their scores by studying for and improving on this particular section of the test. The Naughty LSAT Study Guide satisfies a desperate need on the shelves and e-shelves for study materials that are lighter, more entertaining, and less eye bleed-inducing. This book is like LSAT study guide meets urban dictionary meets Trivial Pursuit meets Tucker Max, and it doesn't take a freggin' Supreme Court Justice to figure out that you really need to get this book.
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