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LSAT Logic Games Unlocked 2018-2019 test prep shows law school candidates how to master the Analytical Reasoning section of the exam and help you to score higher on the LSAT. One hundred practice LSAT logic games cover every type of logic problem that may appear on the actual LSAT. Detailed answer explanations to each game show you how to analyze the game, helping you to identify areas of strengths and weaknesses before test day. The author analyzes what many students find most challenging about the Analytical Reasoning questions - the language. LSAT Logic Games teaches you comprehensive deduction methodologies as the means to identify and approach each game type. The book is packed with LSAT test-taking tips and advice that help avoid time-wasting errors. The detailed Question and Answer Analysis provides even greater insight into each logic game. 432 pages, softcover.
Number of Pages: 432
Vendor: Research & Education Assoc.
Publication Date: 2011
|Dimensions: 11 X 8.50 X 1.00 (inches)|
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Robert Webking, Ph.D., is professor of political science at the University of Texas
at El Paso, where he has taught since 1978. He is co-founder of the university's Law School Preparation Institute and in that role has, since 1998, helped students hone their analytical skills for the LSAT and law schoool.
Jerry McLain is a graduate of the University of Texas at El Paso and of
UTEP’s Law School Preparation Institute. He is a graduate of Stanford Law
Clayton Holland is a graduate of the University of Texas at El Paso and
of UTEP’s Law School Preparation Institute. He is a student at the University
of Virginia School of Law.
Daniel Avelar is a graduate of the University of Texas at El Paso and of
UTEP’s Law School Preparation Institute. He is a graduate of Texas Tech
School of Law.