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If I use these LSAT prep materials am I all set to study?

Posted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 10:44 am
by dwLawSchool2012
LR Bible
LG Bible
Manhattan RC
10 actual...
10 next actual...
SuperPrep

Re: If I use these LSAT prep materials am I all set to study?

Posted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 10:46 am
by incompetentia
Depends on your diag and score goal, but that's a pretty good list.


You may want some extra PTs as well if you're looking for a large score jump.

Re: If I use these LSAT prep materials am I all set to study?

Posted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 10:51 am
by TheFutureLawyer
You should definitely get at least the 15 most recent PTs on top of this. It's more expensive to buy them individually, but definitely worth it (on Amazon they had a 4 for 3 deal when I got them).

Re: If I use these LSAT prep materials am I all set to study?

Posted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 11:37 am
by Jeffort
Get some recent tests to study and practice with too.

The recently released "10 New LSAT's" book is a good inexpensive source. It contains PrepTest #'s 52-61 for about $23
http://www.amazon.com/New-Actual-Offici ... 862&sr=1-1

Re: If I use these LSAT prep materials am I all set to study?

Posted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 11:43 am
by tehrocstar
I would also suggest, grouped by type series for LG and LR, either by Traciela or PowerScore.

Yes you'll have plenty of practice questions with what you have, but I've dramatically improved by just drilling one type of questions. Tip: if you buy LG Traciela PDF documents from their website and you can print 3 copies collated to have 3 of the same question replicated 3 times in a row and practice a la Pithypike method.

Other than that you can score pretty well with what you have there.

Re: If I use these LSAT prep materials am I all set to study?

Posted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 12:20 pm
by Wade LeBosh
Exactly what I'm using to prepare for October. I also ordered Introduction to Logic by Copi and Cohen (found it on half.com for $7).

Re: If I use these LSAT prep materials am I all set to study?

Posted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 12:31 pm
by dwLawSchool2012
Thanks all!

@Wade LeBosh
what schools are you looking at?

Re: If I use these LSAT prep materials am I all set to study?

Posted: Wed Jun 15, 2011 5:58 pm
by Wade LeBosh
dwLawSchool2012 wrote:Thanks all!

@Wade LeBosh
what schools are you looking at?


T10. I'm aiming for 170+. I'm only a junior now though. I'm taking in this October because I have so much free time to study this summer.

BTW, I feel like the LGB is lacking on explanations for Grouping games and that's a weak point for me. Can anyone recommend a better method for grouping?

Re: If I use these LSAT prep materials am I all set to study?

Posted: Sat Jun 18, 2011 6:29 pm
by loomstate
Wade LeBosh wrote:
dwLawSchool2012 wrote:Thanks all!

@Wade LeBosh
what schools are you looking at?


T10. I'm aiming for 170+. I'm only a junior now though. I'm taking in this October because I have so much free time to study this summer.

BTW, I feel like the LGB is lacking on explanations for Grouping games and that's a weak point for me. Can anyone recommend a better method for grouping?


Try LSAT blog's chain method for grouping in and outs. I find it much less ambiguous than making so many inferences and arrows.

Re: If I use these LSAT prep materials am I all set to study?

Posted: Sat Jun 18, 2011 8:23 pm
by Wade LeBosh
loomstate wrote:
Wade LeBosh wrote:
dwLawSchool2012 wrote:Thanks all!

@Wade LeBosh
what schools are you looking at?


T10. I'm aiming for 170+. I'm only a junior now though. I'm taking in this October because I have so much free time to study this summer.

BTW, I feel like the LGB is lacking on explanations for Grouping games and that's a weak point for me. Can anyone recommend a better method for grouping?


Try LSAT blog's chain method for grouping in and outs. I find it much less ambiguous than making so many inferences and arrows.


Thanks I'll check that out. That's funny, I'm the exact opposite.