« on: March 14, 2009, 07:30:41 PM »
I think that your case may call for a bit of unorthodox advice....Considering that you've already done the prep twice for the LSAT, perhaps you ought to look at some non-LSAT-specific aids, then reapproach the LSAT work with that as a groundwork. Specifically, I am suggesting studying logic and rhetoric books. Symbolic logic is probably not as important in this case, you need to focus more on the inductive and deductive reasoning sections. Do you mind if I ask which of the sections you had the most and least trouble with, based on your scores? That will be important as well...If you are having trouble with reading comprehension, you may want to check out the pathetically-titled "How To Read a Book" by Charles Van Doren (the guy who cheated the gameshow 21 - still a good read, though). Anyway, hope that works for you!