Intermediate LSAT Test Preparation Books – Using Real LSAT Tests
Here are four suggestions. Each of these books provides commentary based on actual LSAT tests – providing great value. But, you should never consider the explanations as “THE” way to do the question. The explanation will describe one way – the method of the author. You should find an approach that works well for you. It should not be your goal to emulate any one approach.
Master The LSAT – Nova Press – Jeff Kolby (can also be used as an introduction) – Although the book has not been updated for a number of years, the facts that it contains actual LSATs and is fairly well written, have allowed the book to stand the test of time.
LSAT Explained: Unofficial Explanations for “The Next 10 LSAT PrepTests” (Explanations to PrepTest 29 – 38) – Get Prepped (Note the Prep Tests are sold separately)
LSAT Answers: Unauthorized, Unofficial & Unsurpassed Explanations (Explanations to PrepTests 19 – 28) – Get Prepped (Note the Prep Tests Are sold separately)
Kaplan – 2 Real LSATs Explained – Out of print
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