Princeton Review LSAT Logic Games Workout – Exposed

Why shouldn’t you use books containing fake (non-LSAC-written) LSAT questions? How is this possible if the questions are fake? The Princeton Review’s new LSAT Logic Games Workout book fails to mention that, in a way, it does use real LSAT questions. In fact, it implies that it doesn’t at the end of the second paragraph on page 1. However, this book […]

Kaplan LSAT Prep Book Review

I looked at a copy of a Kaplan LSAT prep book titled Kaplan LSAT 2010 Edition: Strategies, Practice, and Review. It consists of generic advice and 3 Kaplan-written, not LSAC-written, practice tests and explanations (despite the fact that the book’s table of contents claims that these are “Real LSAT Practice Tests and Explanations”). I spent a […]

101 Insights to Increase Your LSAT Score | Book

If you’re reading this, you’re probably studying for the LSAT. I know this process isn’t easy, and it can be incredibly frustrating at times. However, each year, many people overcome the hurdles and achieve significant score increases. Some even get top LSAT scores. Then, they go on to the law schools of their dreams. You […]