Kaplan LSAT 2014 Strategies, Practice, and Review with 4 Real Practice Tests: Book + Online Paperback – Jun 4 2013
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Overall, this book's methods and advice set me back at least a month as I tried to memorize all the steps and symbols and tricks. When I finally gave up and put this book down and just tried to do things naturally, I did a lot better on the test. FOLLOW METHODS YOU ARE COMFORTABLE WITH, NOT WHAT BOOKS TELL YOU IS THE SHORTEST OR EASIEST. My advice is to buy the Powerbook Bibles and one of those 10 Actual LSAT Exam books and go from there. Kaplan's advice was to do a practice test every 2 weeks. Well, I know most people don't have that much time to spend a day on a section learning to categorize a logic game as this type or that type, like they spend a good chunk of the book doing. Everyone I know who got a good score on the LSAT took a practice test every day, first untimed, then timed and reviewed their answers afterwards.