Is Kaplan Mastery Practice Book Still Good?

DVrecess
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Is Kaplan Mastery Practice Book Still Good?

Postby DVrecess » Fri Feb 04, 2011 9:13 pm

Longtime lurker finally joining to post a question. Is Kaplan Mastery still good? I considered taking the LSAT a few years ago and this book was very popular then but now I don't see any discussion about it. Is this book still a reason to take a Kaplan prep course over Princeton Review or Testmasters?

cold_logic
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Re: Is Kaplan Mastery Practice Book Still Good?

Postby cold_logic » Fri Feb 04, 2011 9:17 pm

I definitely think so (especially LG. Not so much RC). The way they organize/teach games really worked for me.

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Re: Is Kaplan Mastery Practice Book Still Good?

Postby JetsMets » Fri Feb 04, 2011 9:27 pm

Years ago there was one Mastery book, now there are 3 (one for LG, one for LR, one for RC).

They are very good, they have all question types and then sections tests.

It was a good change, still not perfect, but very good.

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Re: Is Kaplan Mastery Practice Book Still Good?

Postby lovejopd » Fri Feb 04, 2011 9:33 pm

JetsMets wrote:Years ago there was one Mastery book, now there are 3 (one for LG, one for LR, one for RC).

They are very good, they have all question types and then sections tests.

It was a good change, still not perfect, but very good.


Do you have any links to them? I could not find any 2010 version of Mastery Practice Book.

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Re: Is Kaplan Mastery Practice Book Still Good?

Postby Kurst » Fri Feb 04, 2011 9:45 pm

The Kaplan Mastery book's primary selling point is its categorization of logical reasoning questions: you can practice, say, 50 consecutive parallel reasoning questions without flipping through a dozen preptests. Consideration of this book ought to have no weight in your selection of a prep class. See this post for a comparison of prep classes: viewtopic.php?f=6&t=144829#p3876323




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