I would suggest www.scenariosolver.com - I offer a video solution to every released LSAT game in existence for 13.00 a month. I truly want to get relevant information to students that cannot afford the 1,500.00 price tag of large test prep companies. I have taught test for seven years for three of the most reputable companies in the business. I took about eight months to record a video solution to every LSAT game released since 1990. I suggest you solve approximately 80 to 120 games before you take the LSAT. I suggest you buy a book from LSAC (any one of the four books with ten practice exams) attempt to solve a game in earnest, log on and fully undersatnd the solution to the game... repeat about 100 times. You will roll through that portion of the exam. Tom
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