Excellent compilation of 101 LSAT Logical Reasoning
questions which are handpicked to suit GMAT takers. This collection is by Aristotle Prep (guys who make the SC and CR Grails) . You can download the question bank from below.
P.S. : I have sought permission from Aristotle Prep to post the ebook here.
Many GMAT instructors recommend students to practice from LSAT Logical Reasoning
questions to improve their accuracy in critical reasoning questions. While overall this strategy is fine, one problem students face is that a lot of the questions on the LSAT are not representative of those on the GMAT; some have dubious answers while some are of a question type that is not tested on the GMAT at all.
To help students overcome this problem we, at Aristotle, have come out with compilation of 101 LSAT questions that are very similar to those that students are likely to see on the GMAT. All these questions have been compiled from past official LSAT tests (tests which are readily available in the public domain) and we haven‟t made any changes to these .We advise you to do the questions in this questionbank only when you are done with the Official Guide CR questions as the difficulty level of these questions is higher than those in the OGs.We hope that this questionbank will surely give your preparation a boost.
Thanks! After taking GMAT the first time and getting hammered on verbal part (math remained pretty consistent in that I would get 48-49 no matter how much or how little I studied prior to the test), I started studying
and LR. Took the exam the second time, and my verbal went down even more due to atrocious performance on CR and RC. So far my biggest problems with applying LSAT LR methods to GMAT CR questions arise from...how would I call it...looseness of some of GMAT's CR questions. I find them generally more dispersed (as in, causal flaws due to other possible paths from premise to conclusion typically have MANY more possible paths on GMAT) while the logic of some of the answer choices is sometimes not nearly as tight as the one on LSAT. This is especially the case on strengthened and weaken questions. While my overall performance is better on GMAT's CR, mainly due to much tighter time constraint on LSAT, the confidence in my answers is usually much higher when working on LSAT questions.