I do not regret purchasing this book to help me with my LSAT preparation. It explains thoroughly the Logical Reasoning section on the LSAT. What I liked the most about this book is how specific it was. Every chapter starts with general information followed by detailed theory (how to recognize and approach each type of questions, what to look for in the right answer, how to avoid common traps, etc.)and exercises. Also, the book is written in a very engaging manner, which motivated me even more while I was studying. The only drawback about this book is the lack of questions to practice. There are a few actual LSAT questions after each chapter, but not many. I think this is a good book to purchase, but I do not think it is enough on its own to be entirely ready for the Logical Reasoning section.
Nevertheless, I highly recommend this book to anyone taking the LSAT.
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