I need to rant about the frequency of typos in LSAT prep books. The first book I ever bought was some sort of general Kaplan thing and there were so many typos, even including misprinted answer key letters. (That book was garbage anyway though.) Now I am going through the new Manhattan LR guide and there are SO MANY TYPOS! Seriously does anyone proofread anymore?
"...that may include the user of language and forethought" (should be use)
a letter choice (F)
connecting premises from one argument with a conclusion from an argument 3 pages prior in an "argument core" diagram
Those are only a few. There are so many more. There are plenty of English degrees out there who would be happy to get paid to do this. Myself included.
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