Logic Games Bible Revised for 2013

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Logic Games Bible Revised for 2013

Postby Cambridge LSAT » Mon Jun 17, 2013 9:28 pm

PS just revised the Logic Games Bible with 228 new pages of content. In keeping with the trend of larger LG books, it clocks in at 630 pages (Manhattan LSAT's has 632 and Blueprint's has 565). Are any of you planning to pick up the new version before the October test?

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Re: Logic Games Bible Revised for 2013

Postby kiyoku » Mon Jun 17, 2013 11:35 pm

I'm getting aroudn to finishing the bibles, but I think I might still want to buy the new one. Damn. I wish they would have put it out earlier.

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Re: Logic Games Bible Revised for 2013

Postby scandk » Mon Jun 17, 2013 11:48 pm

Definitely will pick up the revised version. I can 1) test my internalization (or lack thereof) of the methods presented in the previous edition of the LGB 2) see if the extra 223 pages have anything noteworthy. If nothing else, it'll make for good practice. The only annoying thing is, I was almost done with all of the powerscore materials. Now I have to put off Manhattan for another ~2 weeks or so.

edit: amazon said it'll take 1-3 weeks before they ship it. That's not including the actual delivery time. Don't really feel like putting my prep on hold; I might get the bible in a few months, and use it as final review.

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Re: Logic Games Bible Revised for 2013

Postby Nooblarzlarz » Tue Jun 18, 2013 2:01 am

Cambridge LSAT wrote:PS just revised the Logic Games Bible with 228 new pages of content. In keeping with the trend of larger LG books, it clocks in at 630 pages (Manhattan LSAT's has 632 and Blueprint's has 565). Are any of you planning to pick up the new version before the October test?


Having trouble finding it via Amazon's search function (although your link is working fine). I can only pull up the 2008 addition. Ordered the 2008 LGB about a week and a half ago from Amazon, and am attempting to exchange the 2008 LGB for the 2013. Hoping for the best!

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Re: Logic Games Bible Revised for 2013

Postby LSAT Blog » Tue Jun 18, 2013 7:29 am

Nooblarzlarz wrote:Having trouble finding it via Amazon's search function


Yeah, I'm having trouble finding the new edition via the search function, too.

It may have something to do with the fact that the new edition is listed as "usually ships within 1 to 3 weeks." Amazon may be categorizing the 2013 edition as a less popular book until it "proves itself" with good sales.

Interestingly, the 2013 edition is currently listed for nearly $4 less ($43 and change) than the 2008 edition ($47 and change).

Nooblarzlarz wrote:Ordered the 2008 LGB about a week and a half ago from Amazon, and am attempting to exchange the 2008 LGB for the 2013. Hoping for the best!


Good luck! Amazon is pretty awesome with returns/customer service in my experience. I'm guessing you'll be fine. If not, reach out to PS directly and they may be willing/able to help.

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Re: Logic Games Bible Revised for 2013

Postby Cambridge LSAT » Tue Jun 18, 2013 11:24 am

LSAT Blog wrote:Interestingly, the 2013 edition is currently listed for nearly $4 less ($43 and change) than the 2008 edition ($47 and change).

That is interesting. The Kindle edition also appears to have risen in tandem with the paperbacks even though it doesn't seem like it's been revised yet.

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Re: Logic Games Bible Revised for 2013

Postby agglomeration » Tue Jun 18, 2013 11:45 am

I am wondering if it is worth it to read this one after reading the previous edition. If anyone has begun reading this book and has read the previous one, could you please give us your thoughts on the differences between the two so far? Do most of the chapters match up to what was in the previous one or are they very different? Is it simply a couple added chapters towards the end that have some additional things in them? A review of what you have read so far would be great.

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Re: Logic Games Bible Revised for 2013

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Re: Logic Games Bible Revised for 2013

Postby scandk » Tue Jun 18, 2013 8:06 pm

agglomeration wrote:I am wondering if it is worth it to read this one after reading the previous edition. If anyone has begun reading this book and has read the previous one, could you please give us your thoughts on the differences between the two so far? Do most of the chapters match up to what was in the previous one or are they very different? Is it simply a couple added chapters towards the end that have some additional things in them? A review of what you have read so far would be great.


The table of contents for the new edition can be found online, so you can compare the differences, at least, superficially, via the table of contents.




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