Logic games prep books

tk89raven
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Logic games prep books

Postby tk89raven » Sun Oct 29, 2017 8:42 pm

In brief:I took the LSAT years ago but decided to defer matriculation. My score has since expired. I have lately decided that I would like to take the February exam. I've read the powerscore LG and RC books and taken three practice tests. The most recent was today (PrepTest 65). I bombed logic games (missed seven). Everything else was fine.

What prep materials (beyond the powerscore book) are best for fixing that logic games deficiency? I realize the first ingredient is more practice.

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Barack O'Drama
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Re: Logic games prep books

Postby Barack O'Drama » Sun Oct 29, 2017 9:11 pm

tk89raven wrote:In brief:I took the LSAT years ago but decided to defer matriculation. My score has since expired. I have lately decided that I would like to take the February exam. I've read the powerscore LG and RC books and taken three practice tests. The most recent was today (PrepTest 65). I bombed logic games (missed seven). Everything else was fine.

What prep materials (beyond the powerscore book) are best for fixing that logic games deficiency? I realize the first ingredient is more practice.



I know it's not a book, but I think 7Sage is now the best thing to use to improve on games. All of their LG explanations are free and you can learn all the methods from watching these videos.

https://7sage.com/logic-game-explanations/

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Re: Logic games prep books

Postby Rupert Pupkin » Sun Oct 29, 2017 11:32 pm

Barack O'Drama wrote:
tk89raven wrote:In brief:I took the LSAT years ago but decided to defer matriculation. My score has since expired. I have lately decided that I would like to take the February exam. I've read the powerscore LG and RC books and taken three practice tests. The most recent was today (PrepTest 65). I bombed logic games (missed seven). Everything else was fine.

What prep materials (beyond the powerscore book) are best for fixing that logic games deficiency? I realize the first ingredient is more practice.



I know it's not a book, but I think 7Sage is now the best thing to use to improve on games. All of their LG explanations are free and you can learn all the methods from watching these videos.

https://7sage.com/logic-game-explanations/


Absolutely. I have gone through both the LG bible and the Manhattan LG Book and found most of my games "Fool-proofing" like 7sage suggests. I do suggest that your foundational book is the Manhattan one (Its great for LR too). The way Manhattan organizes its material and explains the material seemed to sink in more for me than the Bibles did. But to each its own. I dont think you can go wrong with either, however, definitely watch 7 sage videos and Fool- Proof.

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Re: Logic games prep books

Postby JazzOne » Mon Oct 30, 2017 1:20 pm

I'll go ahead and +1 the advice on 7Sage. Those guys changed the game for LSAT prep.




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