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  • By Wes on January 26, 2014

    So I bought this because I liked their Crashing the GRE prep book. This book is different, and that is to be expected. It breaks down the various types of questions and does a decent job of showing you what to look for. But... There's a reason it's 50% less than most other LSAT prep books. In my opinion it is very basic and it will only give you some basic strategies to get an "okay" score. If you are looking for something above 160 this isn't for you. I started with a 150 before studying, after studying with it for about a week I ended up missing almost an entire section worth of questions due to time (scoring a 146). Needless to say, I stopped working with the book and moved to the PowerScore Bibles. If your going to spend the money do it right. I'm only 15 pages into the Arguments Bible and it's already contradicted the Princeton Review book (with a list of reasons why). A perk is the free practice tests which I will try to use - but that's about it.Bottom line: if you are crashing the LSAT and just want something to get your feet wet - it might work. But if you are trying to beat the LSAT look elsewhere.

  • By Queen LaFata on June 20, 2014

    This book is just an okay book. After taking my first raw practice test, I used this book to casually study from for a few weeks then took my second practice test which went up 7 points from the first. So yes, some improvement was made, but I think much of that improvement came just from reviewing my first test and understanding why I got certain answers wrong. The logic games are what I struggle with the most, and this book only confused me more. I'm working with the LSAT Trainer now, which is MUCH better written and more comprehensive. It's $20 bucks more, but so worth the tiny added expense. Skip this book.

  • By Basil Loucas on June 14, 2014

    I firmly believe that the authors of this prep test book have not made any significant changes to the reading comprehension section of this test; rather they have literally published the same information year-after-year. Furthermore, this prep test book is too wordy, imprecise, and they constantly drift away from the subject matter. Moreover, the authors of this prep test book adhere to using words and phrases the average person needs a dictionary and thesaurus to understand. Hence, their imprecise approach reduces the intensity and effectiveness of their writing.Basil R. Loucas

  • By Raven on November 28, 2015

    Used this before I Bought the PowerScore Bibles. The Bibles contradict this book for numerous reasons which they explain. There is too much generalization in this book, and some times I don't think it went into detail enough. Actually I know it didn't.Using this book, you'll study but your score probably won't change.

  • By Mitiz Merriweather on October 6, 2013

    Prepared me very well for the lsat. The sample questions with explanations was extremely helpful. Everything in the book was definitely on the test. I would highly recommend this book !!!

  • By Yoga Love on May 31, 2014

    Well, if you put in the effort this will tell you if you are ready for the LSAT or not. Good prep. Easy to read. Came fast and pretty cheap.

  • By Jason21 on July 3, 2014

    This book is awful. Spend some money and get the powerscore bible series

  • By mrsdoone on February 21, 2014

    This book is an excellent resource and let's you know exactly what to expect for the actual test. Practice often and take the time constraint into consideration. I wish I had purchased an additional logic games book, but this book has plenty of examples if you can get it the first time. Good luck!


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