A book that breaks down Logical Reasoning types of Q's???

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A book that breaks down Logical Reasoning types of Q's???

Postby LSAT_Padawan » Mon Feb 22, 2010 1:36 am

Does anyone have a recommendation for a book that breaks down the Logical Reasoning types of questions? I am currently reviewing a Powerscore Logical Reasoning Bible but I wanted to do more questions to get a feel for the types that I am missing. Thanks!

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Re: A book that breaks down Logical Reasoning types of Q's???

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Re: A book that breaks down Logical Reasoning types of Q's???

Postby LSAT_Padawan » Mon Feb 22, 2010 2:51 am

Hey all,

I found this book (http://www.amazon.com/Grouped-Question- ... 0984199713) by reading on another thread. I checked with Barnes & Nobles and they're selling it on $55.00 but its a pre-print order which means B&N does not carry it in any of their warehouses so you have to purchase it and then they'll place the order with the publisher. I just went ahead and bought mine on Amazon for $49.50. I'll let you know if it's helpful.

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Re: A book that breaks down Logical Reasoning types of Q's???

Postby Shrimps » Mon Feb 22, 2010 2:57 am

So, your whole point of showing up on this board WAS to plug some product?

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Re: A book that breaks down Logical Reasoning types of Q's???

Postby LSAT_Padawan » Mon Feb 22, 2010 3:06 am

Why is everyone so cynical on this forum? Geezlouise. It's only my two cents. Did it ever occur to you that someone might be in a similar situation as myself? I BOUGHT THE BOOK because I need to improve on the LR section. I HAVE NO VESTED INTERESTS NOR RECEIVE ANY MONETARY COMPENSATION from "plugging" a book. As Conan O'Brien once said on his last airing talk show on the Tonight Show on NBC, "If there's one thing that I hate more, it's cynicism...If you work hard and you are kind, great things will happen to you."

Cheers Shrimps
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Re: A book that breaks down Logical Reasoning types of Q's???

Postby Traciela » Tue Feb 23, 2010 1:11 am

LSAT_Padawan wrote:Why is everyone so cynical on this forum? Geezlouise. It's only my two cents. Did it ever occur to you that someone might be in a similar situation as myself? I BOUGHT THE BOOK because I need to improve on the LR section. I HAVE NO VESTED INTERESTS NOR RECEIVE ANY MONETARY COMPENSATION from "plugging" a book. As Conan O'Brien once said on his last airing talk show on the Tonight Show on NBC, "If there's one thing that I hate more, it's cynicism...If you work hard and you are nice, great things will happen to you."

Cheers Shrimps


Congrats to LSAT_Padawan for finding our book!

And nope, he does not work for our company--I think he's just trying to help other people out. We do, however, appreciate his enthusiasm! :D

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Re: A book that breaks down Logical Reasoning types of Q's???

Postby FreeGuy » Wed Feb 24, 2010 1:06 pm

Any plans to make Grouped books for LG and LR in PrepTests 21-40?

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Re: A book that breaks down Logical Reasoning types of Q's???

Postby Traciela » Wed Feb 24, 2010 2:05 pm

FreeGuy wrote:Any plans to make Grouped books for LG and LR in PrepTests 21-40?


Great question! This is something that we have spent a lot of time thinking about. The original purpose of our GROUPED book series was to give you a collection of problems organized by type for "accuracy" practice without spoiling any of the PrepTests that you were going to use for section "speed" practice or full-length "endurance" practice. Thus, we were a little hesitant at first, given that a series with PrepTests 21-40 would leave only 20 recent PrepTests left. However, we are now leaning towards "Yes" because we realize that most students don't intend to complete every released PrepTest. Unfortunately for those of you taking the LSAT this June, the timeframe for a GROUPED series of PrepTests 21-40 is 6-12 months down the road. Right now we are focusing our efforts on a few other projects, including our new GROUPED by Passage Type book (RC for PrepTests 1-20), which is scheduled to be out next month!
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Re: A book that breaks down Logical Reasoning types of Q's???

Postby FreeGuy » Wed Feb 24, 2010 3:18 pm

Good to know. Please keep us posted.




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