Hey everyone. I'm the moderator of Reddit's LSAT forum. and the VP of Curriculum Development at 7Sage LSAT.
I recently published explanations for LSATs 29-38. The book is called Hacking The LSAT:
Not everyone needs LSAT explanations of course. But if you do, I think you'll like these. I worked as hard as I could to make these easy to understand yet comprehensive.
What The Explanations Cover
The explanations cover every section. You can see examples on amazon by clicking "search inside" under the cover image.
For LR, I identify the conclusion and reasoning for every argument. For games, I show you how to make a diagram, and apply it to each question. For every question, I explain why each answer is right or wrong.
Why I Published
These explanations are already on sale as pdfs at LSAT Blog (except for the LG explanations for tests 29-33), Cambridge LSAT and my own site.
They were selling well online, but I know a lot of people still like paper (I do!), and so I wanted to experiment with making a print book. It was surprisingly easy to put everything together.
I published these because I want to make it as easy as possible to study for the LSAT. Normally, you'd only get this kind of explanation from an LSAT course or a private tutor. So I hope these help you get a better score.
If anyone has questions about self-publishing or the LSAT, I'd be happy to answer.
And, have a look at Volume I and Volume II on Amazon.
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