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Prep Materials for the LSAT

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Uploaded on Aug 2, 2007

People have asked, so here's what I used!
Books I mention are:
Powerscore Logic Games Bible
Powerscore Logical Reasoning Bible
Powerscore Logic Games Ultimate SetUps Guide
Powerscore 2004 LSATs Deconstructed
Nova Master the LSAT
SuperPrep (LSAC)
All released official practice tests (LSAC)

My LSAT Score: 174 (99.3 percentile)
My first diagnostic LSAT: 160 (81.3 percentile)

Other tips I forgot to mention:
1. *Do* spend way too much time going over you wrong answers on practice tests until you completely understand why you got it wrong and why the correct answer is correct.

2. Every wrong answer is a learning opportunity--don't have a panic attack if your score drops on a practice test--it just gives you more material to work on your weaknesses.

2. Repeating logic games you've done before helps you identify patterns in the game and improves speed.

3. A positive attitude is essential. Stay calm, know that you're ready for it, and be your own coach. You have to practice this as you're studying in order for it to happen on test day. I'd say that positivity and the calm confidence that goes with it is what makes a person reach an all time high on test day instead of seeing their score drop 5-7 points.

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