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# LSAT for GMAT

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19 Jun 2010, 19:20
My tutor recommended doing LSAT verbal (critical reasoning and comprehension). His reasoning was that it is harder than the GMAT equivalent sections and once you can do the LSAT, the GMAT is a piece of cake. I ended up with a 750, but Verbal was my strong point from the beginning.

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17 Aug 2010, 12:11
Pkit wrote:

I have compared LSAT powerscore CR Bible to GMAT powerscore CR Bible, every single word is the same, except for some chapters, which are specific to LSAT only.

I am lost...so both GMAT and LSAT CR bibles are almost similar?

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17 Aug 2010, 12:29
score780 wrote:
I am lost...so both GMAT and LSAT CR bibles are almost similar?

The chapters that overlap are identical. But the LR Bible has additional chapters and covers more topics than the CR Bible.

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05 Sep 2010, 12:57
bmillan01 wrote:
score780 wrote:
I am lost...so both GMAT and LSAT CR bibles are almost similar?

The chapters that overlap are identical. But the LR Bible has additional chapters and covers more topics than the CR Bible.

bmillan, i read your other thread on LSAT books but i am lost. You're saying here that the LSAT CR bible covers more chapters. Are these chapters needed for the GMAT...can they be considered advanced practice or they contain topics that are totally irrelevant to GMAT?
I already have the GMAT CR bible. If i want intense training, should i also get the LSAT CR bible? For LR, should i buy the LSAT or GMAT bible?

thanks a mill!

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05 Sep 2010, 13:13
score780 wrote:
bmillan01 wrote:
score780 wrote:
I am lost...so both GMAT and LSAT CR bibles are almost similar?

The chapters that overlap are identical. But the LR Bible has additional chapters and covers more topics than the CR Bible.

bmillan, i read your other thread on LSAT books but i am lost. You're saying here that the LSAT CR bible covers more chapters. Are these chapters needed for the GMAT...can they be considered advanced practice or they contain topics that are totally irrelevant to GMAT?
I already have the GMAT CR bible. If i want intense training, should i also get the LSAT CR bible? For LR, should i buy the LSAT or GMAT bible?

thanks a mill!

They are certain topics that are irrelevant to the GMAT. The LSAT has more types of CR questions than the GMAT does. I would say the GMAT bible is fine, the end of the chapter questions are exactly identical.
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