So, here's the break-down:
- 1) RC got a lot of love. There are a ton more drills (some really innovative stuff, IMHO) and lots more practice sets. It is well more than 20% cooler.
2) LG and LR got a polish - typos, clarifications, etc.
3) A totally new thing! 10 Real LSATs Grouped by Question Type. This book is one of our classroom course HW books, and it contains PrepTests 41-50, but arranged in practice sets by question type. Bestest part? Full explanations for each question!
Since folks are about to ask--do not go and buy the new LG and LR books if you have the 3rd edition--the changes are not worth it. The RC is a totally different ballgame, as it did get some serious reality-show makeover style attention (i.e. page count went from 171 to 282).
And now <clap clap> A GAME! I've been given a few review copies of the new RC book and the new 10 Real LSATs Grouped by Question Type to give out.To make things more fun (FUNNER!!), let's go with a haiku competition. Our office will choose the best 6 haikus about LSAT RC. Here's what you have to do:
- 1) create an account on our site at: https://www.manhattanlsat.com/createaccount.cfm
2) write a seriously awesome haiku and post it here for all to see! (Okay, if you are painfully shy, you can just PM it to me, but I reserve the right to tease you.)
3) Solemnly pinky-swear that you will give some public feedback on the book, right here in this thread, after you receive it!
We'll review all the haikus submitted and I'll announce the winners here next Monday, March 31! Deadline for submission is noon (ET) that day!
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P.S. Mods, I'm still learning the TLS ropes as a company rep -- just let me know if I should edit this thread in any way!