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The PowerScore LSAT Logical Reasoning: Question Type Train

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New post 17 Jan 2012, 13:47
During my preparation for the first GMAT I was looking for CR questions that could supplement the PowerScore CR Bible. I sent an email to the CR bible support email address asking about it. To my surprise the author David Killoran replied and pointed out the book titled: PowerScore LSAT Logical Reasoning: Question Type Training (Official Page).

I did not have enough time at that time to start working on this book. But since now I am nearing the end of the OG question bank, I was wondering whether I should try this book. Did anyone try it? How relevant is it to GMAT? Do you have any comment, positive or negative? If I am start practicing LSAT questions, then why not practice the official LSAT CR question?
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New post 17 Jan 2012, 15:38
Is there even a difference between the LSAT and GMAT?!

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