Formal Logic question inquiry

kovacs
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Re: Formal Logic question inquiry

Postby kovacs » Tue Jun 21, 2011 10:45 pm

Thanks guys! I just bought the Bibles and since it has 4 official tests at a cheap price, I also got the "LSAT Book of Official Tests" via the Cambridge Educational Services.

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Re: Formal Logic question inquiry

Postby kovacs » Wed Jun 22, 2011 4:01 pm

Does anyone know much about the Cambridge Educational Services LSAT Book of Official Tests book? It has 4 Official Tests Form Codes 2LSS53, 9LSS43, 7LSS35, and 6LSS27. I guess if the guide isn't good, I'll just use the tests only.

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Re: Formal Logic question inquiry

Postby kovacs » Sat Jun 25, 2011 4:04 pm

I started using PowerScore today. IT IS AMAZING! The walkthrough guide makes the LG section so simple! Though, I must say, I took logic as a course in college, so I am better equipped than those who have not. In any case, I love how they don't just leave you hanging by saying that you will have to simply infer like the other books. PowerScore actually goes through what scenarios to consider. I recommend to anyone!

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Re: Formal Logic question inquiry

Postby EarlCat » Sat Jun 25, 2011 4:14 pm

kovacs wrote:OK, I also have the Princeton Review book and the Kaplan book, both of which are from 2011.


You can't just say "I have the Princeton Review" book or "I have the Kaplan book." These companies have several of LSAT books, some of them have real questions (mostly the course/tutoring books, but also some of the retail ones, at least for Kaplan) and some don't.




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