Specialty Books – LSAT Logic Games
Almost all LSAT book publishers have moved into this niche. There is tremendous disagreement over the way to teach and approach logic games. So, I would suggest that you find what works best for you.
The basis (and very public) argument is over this question.
To what extent should you make deductions before going to the questions? One group argues that you should invest time making as many deductions as you can before going to the questions. The other group argues that, although you should make the deductions you can make quickly, the process of doing the questions will teach you what you need. You will see this issue defined if you look a the Amazon reviews of some of these books.
As a teacher, I know that many LSAT test takers:
1. Cannot make all the deductions before going to the questions; and
2. Have no way of knowing whether they have made all (or enough) deductions.
To see a comparison of these books read the Amazon reviews for:
Ace The LSAT Logic Games by Get Prepped (One of the more recent contribution to this growing field).
For an amazon review that compares a number of Logic Games books, go to Amazon.com and:
1. Enter: “Ace The LSAT Logic Games”
2. Look for the review by “Accain”
Group 1 – Books That Include Actual LSAT Logic Games
Ace The LSAT Logic Games – Get Prepped
Powerscore – Logic Games Bible
The PowerScore LSAT Logic Games Ultimate Setups Guide
Big Fat Genius Guide To LSAT Logic Games – Talbot
Group 2 – Those That Do Not Use Actual Logic Games
Kaplan LSAT Logic Games Workbook
McGraw Hill – Conquering LSAT Logic Games
(Note: Make sure that you buy the second edition of this book!)
REA – LSAT Logic Games
GRE/LSAT Logic Workbook – Arco
A free internet edition of the above book may be found at:
LSAT Logic Games Workout – Princeton Review (2009) – Check out the video that goes with this link
Group 3: Brand New – Don’t know The Content
Kaplan LSAT Logic Games In A Box (New 2010)
LSAT Logic Games For Dummies (New 2010)
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