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ajlynnette:
hello!

if anybody has any kind of decent test prep materials that could help in spot learning - i.e. all analytical, all games, etc - along w/some full length tests, i'd be more than happy to negotiate a selling price for them! please let me know.

thanks so much in advance!

aj :)

p.s. what are some good ones besides kaplan?

Anti_Ivy:

--- Quote from: ajlynnette on March 17, 2004, 09:01:27 PM ---p.s. what are some good ones besides kaplan?
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From what I hear, The PowerScore LSAT Logic Games Bible by David M. Killoran is one of the best for improving one's score on the games sections. You can read the Amazon.com reviews by clinking the linkl below:

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/097212960X/qid=1079578171/sr=1-1/ref=sr_1_1/002-5107038-2088053?v=glance&s=books

 

The LSAT Advantage with Professor Dave by David Scalise is really popular.  Read the reviews at

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0970175612/qid=1079578005/sr=1-1/ref=sr_1_1/002-5107038-2088053?v=glance&s=books

I'm thinking of buying it b/c the reviewers say it has helped with the LR/RC sections of the LSAT.


Hope that helps.

ajlynnette:
thanks ivy! i'll look into them! ;D

aj

Meltdown:
I have the Logic Games Bible and I would strongly recommend it. It's a bit expensive, but it beats taking a course. Can't comment on the other book--don't have it. Also, make sure to get a bunch of real tests--10 Real Prep Tests, I think it is called. Those have helped me a lot so far. Good luck!

karenw911:

--- Quote from: ajlynnette on March 17, 2004, 09:01:27 PM ---hello!

if anybody has any kind of decent test prep materials that could help in spot learning - i.e. all analytical, all games, etc - along w/some full length tests, i'd be more than happy to negotiate a selling price for them! please let me know.


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Check eBay or Half.com. I picked up unused current studyguides for hardly anything.  You'll also find preptests on eBay but beware - unscrupulous wannabe law students will screw you there.

Just a suggestion.

Karen W.

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