« on: October 26, 2005, 04:28:06 PM »
I agree with what Typhoon wrote. The book isn't something that can be easily summarized - it gives you a new way to think about the logic games. Obviously, it won't guarantee perfect scores on the games sections. Some people just don't get the games, no matter how hard they try. But I found it more intuitive than the LGB. I no longer waste time looking for every deduction I can think of. One caveat with this book is that you have to be willing to put in the work to absorb all the material. It has a lot of narration throughout the exercises, and you have to read all of it a few times to really understand what the author is doing. Frankly, it's worth the small price. At best, it will help you smooth over the rough spots and bring you closer to a perfect score. At worst, it won't help you and you'll be out $30 or $40. When you think about the cost of law school and the fact that a few extra points can get you a scholarship, it's a pretty small cost.