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This description may be from another edition of this product. SuperPrep is our most comprehensive LSAT preparation book. It includes: 3 complete PrepTests a guide to LSAT logic explanations for every item in all 3 tests (Feb. 2000, Feb. 1999, Feb. 1996) sample...

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Outstanding official prep materials from LSAT

The LSAT is sufficiently idiosyncratic in both the form and substance of its content that studying with anything other than the official, exams released by the LSAT board (LSAC) runs the risk of doing more harm than good. The problem with such advice until recently is that before the release of this book a couple of years ago, none of the official materials provided anything more than an answer key, which could leave you scratching your head about why you got something wrong or how you were supposed to get to the correct answer to begin with. By supplying complete and generally pretty decent explanations for all the questions in the three exams included in this book, as well as providing a useful prefatory section giving specific test taking tips for each section, this book is extremely valuable and I might add long overdue. To be fully prepared, you will probably want to use this book and perhaps one or more of the LSAC's "10 Actual, Official LSAT Prep Tests." If you need extra help on the "games" section (and most people do), you may also wish to purchase the Powerscore LSAT Logic Games Bible, which alone among the non-official LSAT prep books uses actual LSAT questions obtained under license from the LSAC. It should be noted, however, that the LSAT Superprep book also includes strategy tips as well is very good explanations for the LSAT games section, making the once mandatory purchase of the Powerscore Bible optional for some test takers.

The Definitive LSAT Prep Manual

After being disappointed by many other manuals, I purchased this, official LSAC distributed, manual. I was surprised at the vast difference in the quality of instruction and accuracy of examples in this manual. In my honest opinion, the other prep manuals that I purchased were jokes; simply ridiculous content and little to no help whatsoever (being that I'm not severely mentally deficient). I would highly recommend this book, especially after having been just as highly disappointed by so many other books.

GET THIS BOOK

At first, I wasted my time with prep materials not written by the LSAC. Many of the questions seemed too easy or too hard. Additionally, many of these materials are plagued with typos, misreads and incorrect arguments. I suppose this is due to them being written by one, or maybe just a few, author(s). In contrast, the LSAT superprep is great. The questions are real LSAT tests from the past and the explanations help greatly. There are no typos I have found yet and the level of questions are much more realistic (actually, they're REAL so they must be realistic :). True, the material might be a bit dull at times but, Hey, that's how the test is anyway. You're not getting this book for entertainment, you're getting it to ace the LSAT. Good luck!

Highly Useful LSAT Prep Book

This book has some of the most cogent/coherent explanations and general overview of question types that LSAC has ever produced. The explanations are top quality and the overview is good. The overview reviews some previous LSAT questions and discusses each of the three question types. It totals 40-50 pages of information. The PrepTests are all February tests, which are not disclosed to test takers and seem to feel different than other LSATs. The explanations are thorough and have some good, general tips on questions. The book is a little pricey for getting 3 preptests but is worthwhile, especially early on when you're having trouble understanding why you got a question wrong. Be aware that the book doesn't yield much in the way of really deep strategy work. You'll need to go to one of the prep companies' books for that kind of insight into the LSAT. The book contains: SuperPrep A; February 1996 SuperPrep C; February 1999 SuperPrep B; February 2000

Good book for what it is, wel worth buying

This book is put out by the LSAC, so it doesn't give you all the tips and tricks you would find in another publication, say Poerscore's LR Bible or AR Bible, but it's still helpful b/c it contains real LSAT questions, answers, and an explanation for each answer. It also provides a good overview of the LSAT and gernal info. concerning the test. Good purchase for LSAT prep, though don't let it be the only book you buy. Get those Powerscore "Bibles" and lots of LSAT prep-tests too.
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