ampersand5's Beginners' guide to the LSAT
Pithypike's Complete LSAT Study Guide
TLS1776's Thoughts on the LSATReview of Pithypike's guide by TheMostDangerousLG wrote:Many TLSers' bible, a 3-month guide to self-studying that relies heavily on studying question types within the different sections and drilling for comprehension, followed by a month of practice testing with review. Frequently recommended for those interested in self-studying, with minimum financial investment required. As with all self-studying, definitely best for those who are self-motivated, but the prescribed timeline will help those who need a plan to stick with.
NoodleyOne's Foolproof Guide to a 179 for RetakersReview of TLS1776's guide by TheMostDangerousLG wrote:My personal favorite (love you, TLS1776!). A 180 scorer gives a thorough description of his test taking experience. Includes reviews of many of the most popular LSAT prep books (and beyond), with helpful descriptions and recommendations for their use. Goes into lots of detail on every aspect of the test, including lifestyle tips and beyond. Unlike Pithypike's guide, there's no pre-prescribed timeline or plan set out, but if you like obsessing over details and are motivated by emulating top test takers, this is the perfect self-study guide for you. I'd recommend it for those who want to self-study, explore a lot of prep material, and are comfortable or prefer mixing up their studying as they go rather than trying to stick with a laid-out plan. Bonus: contains download links for documents full of extra tips and handy diagrams.
Daily_Double's thoughts on the LSAT
Voyager's Reading Comprehension Strategy
How to get 160+ on the LSAT
How to Balance Your LSAT Prep with Work and School
LSAT Blog discusses how to balance LSAT prep with other obligations.
LR questions organized by type
Princeton Review LSAT Promo Codes -- $250 discount
And finally, those of you interested in enrolling in the Princeton Review LSAT course can utilize these promo codes to receive a significant ($250) discount.
These four articles document the methods and study habits of four different TLS users who aced the LSAT.
Objection's LSAT Tips - "Main Point" Questions (LR)
Objection's LSAT Tips - "Role" Questions (LR)
Objection's LSAT Tips - "In/Out" Games
Objection's LSAT Tips - Multiple Group Games
"Objection", a TLS Forum user, wrote these articles describing his successful approaches to various Logical Reasoning and Logic Games question types.
A Lesson in Conditional Reasoning
A 180-scoring TLS user (on his way to Yale Law School in the fall) explores conditional reasoning and its importance in LSAT success.
How I Scored a 180 - Article #1
How I Scored a 180 - Article #2
How I Scored a 180 - Article #3
How I Scored a 180 - Article #4