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# How useful is the CR LSAT book?

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How useful is the CR LSAT book? [#permalink]

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05 Jun 2012, 05:14
How useful is the CR LSAT book?

I've gone through the Powerscore GMAT CR book - and now wish to go through the LSAT book as well.

How many parts of the book that are truly useful? What are redundant?

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Re: How useful is LSAT logical reasoning book? [#permalink]

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05 Jun 2012, 12:47
Well, LSAT and GMAT are quite similar and maybe useful to do lsat question and eventually to improve on the gmat reasoning.

That say, gmat is difference for example in the method to dissect an argument (more practical) and lsat is more abstract in somehow.

Here you can find some advice. http://www.gmathacks.com/study-tips/lsat-vs-gmat.html

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Re: How useful is LSAT logical reasoning book? [#permalink]

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06 Jun 2012, 04:53
Thanks...I actually bought Sackmann's GMAT math book. People say it's very useful, but after going through the whole thing, I find it a bit too simple.

As for the CR, I just finished the Powerscore CR (in about five hours) - and I somehow feel it is rather unnecessary to use LSAT to supplement it. LAST is heavy on diagramming, contra-positive and such, but GMAT is very straightforward and everyday.

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