Manhattan Prep’s LSAT strategy guide book set, fully updated for the digital exam, is an essential tool for your LSAT studies. Manhattan Prep’s LSAT guides use officially-released LSAT questions and are written by the company’s instructors, who have all scored a 172 or higher on the official LSAT—we know how to earn a great score and we know how to teach you to do the same.
The set includes the following resources:
- LSAT Logical Reasoning strategy guide
- LSAT Logic Games strategy guide
- LSAT Reading Comprehension strategy guide
The guides will train you to approach the exam as a 99th-percentile test-taker does:
- Recognize and perform the appropriate analysis for every type of question
- Deconstruct the given text to find and analyze the essential facts
- Make valid inferences
- Predict correct answers and spot trap answers
- Take advantage of the digital format to work quickly and strategically
Each chapter features drills and full practice sets—made up of real LSAT questions—to help you absorb and apply what you've learned. The in-depth solutions walk you through every step needed to master the LSAT: analyzing every aspect of the problem, eliminating tempting wrong answers, and narrowing in on the right answer.
Additional practice and other resources are available online via Atlas, your online learning platform on the Manhattan Prep website.
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