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Recommend LSAT Book [#permalink]
17 Jan 2005, 11:54
I would like to get more practice on tough CR and RC problems. I have read in various posts that a LSAT book will be very helpful. If I have to buy one LSAT book, which would you suggest?
(Admins: I know this has been discussed before, so I searched in this group for 'LSAT'. All the results returned were unreacheable. It seems to me that the some older posts were lost or the search is returning older links, after the move to new server)
Unfortunately, since I did not use that material, I will not be able to comment on it. LSAT CR is definitely good practice but the only thing you have to be careful about is to know which type are not GMAT related. Some are really testing logical association on a really awkward tangent which is off the GMAT boundaries. Thus, I would tell you, before touching LSAT CR, to be familiar with GMAT type CR such as Kaplan or PR(that is if you want to leave OG for later) and then know how to weed out LSAT CR which are out of scope.
What about those old LSAT tests from the Law School Council? Is there Logical Reasoning section very similar to CR but somewhat more difficult. I did some of those practices but are somewhat more difficult.