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Re: What About Master the LSAT prep book,
« on: May 24, 2004, 08:15:23 PM »
I found the Master the LSAT book not useful at all for logic games.  The Logic Games Book by Powerscore was much better.  I thought the game notations in "master" were much more complicated than LGB's.

However, I think it's helpful with LR and it was a nice supplement to my Powerscore studying.  Nothing beats a full-length PowerScore prep class.  NO I don't work for PS, just a very satisfied customer.

I haven't marked up the book so I will be selling it after I finish the June LSAT.

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Re: What About Master the LSAT prep book,
« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2004, 10:48:36 PM »
I just got these books

NOVA Mastering the LSAT
Powerscore LG bible
10 Actual LSAT tests (I know these are dated but I'm gonna use em anyway)
10 More LSAT tests

The NOVA book looks very good especially for LR. They go into a good bit of logic for the LR section. Of all the books that I've seen this looks like the best book out there. I plan on using it like the people above have suggested. I'm going to use the Powerscore book for LGs and the Nova book for LR and RC. Once I work my way through the LSAT tests, I'm going to order the Next 10 LSAT book along with the most recent individual tests from LSAC. They cost 8 apiece.

I have the Kaplan book and have read it and tested out of it. Kaplan has some good points and I'm glad I have their book but I've stalled out on my development with them. I'm pretty excited about the NOVA book.


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Re: What About Master the LSAT prep book,
« Reply #2 on: May 25, 2004, 06:18:04 PM »
Mastering the LSAT is the one i used, and in my opinion the best.
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Re: What About Master the LSAT prep book,
« Reply #3 on: May 25, 2004, 06:30:02 PM »
The CD that comes with it is great.  It has a vocab flash card section, and all the materials in the book is on the CD.