This are a LOT of LSAT prep books. It’s overwhelming. I’m going to highlight the best books.
Note that this is a list of LSAT study guides. For a list of LSAT preptests (which are essentially), go here: LSAT preptests
The LSAT Trainer
The three big names in LSAT Guides are Powerscore, Manhattan LSAT and The LSAT Trainer.
The LSAT Trainer is my personal favourite. The author, Mike Kim, co-wrote the Manhattan Guides. His guide is different is that he covers everything in one volume. He has a straightforward approach and doesn’t give you a bunch of confusing jargon. Instead he offers clear advice for every section, and reinforces what he teaches with extensive drills. I’ve spoken with Mike, and I think the LSAT Trainer will become the new standard guide. It costs $40.
Get the LSAT Trainer here: LSAT Trainer
Manhattan LSAT Guides
The Manhattan Guides are also excellent. A lot of students swear by them. You can buy them as a set of three, or individually:
- Set of three Manhattan LSAT Guides ($73.95)
- Manhattan Logical Reasoning guide ($27.57)
- Manhattan LSAT Logic Games guide ($27.53)
- Manhattan LSAT Reading Comprehension guide ($28.50)
Manhattan LSAT also runs classroom courses, and they have excellent teachers. They gave me a discount code to pass on to my readers. Use this code for $100 off any Manhattan LSAT course: HACKS100 <– $100 Manhattan Discount Code
Use it here –> Manhattan LSAT
Powerscore LSAT Bibles
The Powerscore Bibles are extremely popular, and have worked for many students. Personally, I prefer the style of the LSAT Trainer, but I think that’s due to taste. These books have worked for many students. The logic games bible tends to be the most popular, followed by the logical reasoning bible. You can save money by buying them in a set of three.
- Set of all three Powerscore Bibles
- Powerscore Logic Games Bible
- Powerscore Logical Reasoning Bible
- Powerscore Reading Comprehension Bible
Finally, I’ve written a series of explanations for recent LSATs. They’re the same explanations you can find on this site, though I haven’t yet gotten around to putting all the explanations from these books online. If you like the explanations on this site and want paper copies or explanations for older tests, you should get these:
Explanations for PT 62-71 and 29-38
Explanations for PT 72-76
Manhattan LSAT Course Discount
My favourite LSAT classroom course is Manhattan LSAT. They also have an online course. I’m working on reviews of both programs, but in the meantime you can find discounts for Manhattan’s courses:
Discount code: HACKS100 Manhattan LSAT
How to use the discount
- Copy the code: HACKS100
- Go to Manhattan LSAT: Manhattan LSAT
- Under live course, enter your zip code.
- Choose a class. Live online is the most popular.
- Click enroll. On the price page, paste HACKS100 in the discount field on the left. Hit apply.
The code works for LSAT Interact as well.