The LSAT is tough, and it doesn’t come with explanations! These fill the gap. This set of explanations covers every question from LSAT Preptests 29-33, which are the preptests from the first half of LSACs The Next Ten Actual Official LSATs. Find out why the right answers are right and why the wrong answers are wrong.
These explanations can help you even on questions you got right. You’ll improve your understanding and learn how to go faster, saving time for the hard questions. The logic games sections comes with full diagrams for every question and instructions on how to build them. You’ll learn the most efficient route through each logic games.
The reading comprehension explanation will show you what information you should know about each paragraph, and show you exactly how to prove or disprove the answers using lines from the passage.
The PDF is DRM free. Print it, read it on your iPad, keep it until you beat the LSAT and don’t need it anymore.
Check out these reviews:
Taking the LSAT means fighting for every extra point, since the difference between a 170 and a 169 can mean admission to your school of choice, or thousands of dollars in scholarships. This book is different from most LSAT systems in that it explains the thought process of an expert test taker, question by question. Even someone like myself with high diagnostic scores was able to learn tricks and tips to get to the correct answer faster and more accurately. I heartily recommend it.
– Simon, reviewing LSAT 69
This book is different from most LSAT systems in that it explains the thought process of an expert test taker, question by question. Even someone like myself with high diagnostic scores was able to learn tricks and tips to get to the correct answer faster and more accurately. I heartily recommend it. I have used numerous LSAT explanations from various sources and by far Graeme’s is the best. I previously used Hacking the LSAT 29-38 and had amazing results and this one does not disappoint. Graeme goes to great lengths to tell you why the incorrect answers are incorrect and why the correct answers are correct. Graeme explains the conclusion, the premises/reasoning behind the conclusion and analysis about the argument as a whole very well. Graeme also does an amazing job on showing why the answers are incorrect and correct. After using this book I’ve been able to see patterns in certain logical reasoning and reading comprehension questions and have been able to quickly eliminate wrong answers.
– David, reviewing LSAT 67 and 68
I personally think these explanations are among the best, if not the best, on the market. They strike the right balance between instructing on what is important for each question and assuming what a smart test taker will for certain already know. I think this is exactly what ambitious test takers are looking for.
– Shams H, reviewing LSAT 70