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Created by the same Harvard Law School alumni behind BarMax, LSATMax is the pioneer in comprehensive LSAT prep courses on mobile.
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A beginner's guide to the LSAT. Written by the Harvard Law School Alumni who created LSATMax, The Road to 180 is the ultimate LSAT guide to LSAT Prep.
The path to law school is a difficult one that is filled with misconceptions, both about law school and the LSAT. Before embarking on this journey, it is imperative that you ask the right questions.
This book will review "Commonly Asked Questions" as well as "Should Ask Questions," in an effort to help you navigate the law school admissions process more effectively.
Find out how LSATMax's founder, Mehran, was able to increase his score from a 148 to a 174 and graduate from Harvard Law School and learn what inspired him to start LSATMax.
This guide has been updated for the digital LSAT, which was first administered by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) in July 2019. Now, every LSAT in North America (United States & Canada) is administered digitally on a Microsoft Surface Go Tablet.
Written by the Harvard Law School Alumni who created LSATMax, 33 Common LSAT Flaws is an LSAT prep book specifically designed to help students master one of the most important, and most challenging, Logical Reasoning concepts: identifying specific flaws within arguments.
This study guide is simple, thorough, and highly effective in boosting learners’ LSAT scores.
Understanding flaws and logical fallacies won’t just help test-takers answer Error in Reasoning (Flaw) questions. The secret of the LSAT is . . . it’s all about flawed arguments.
Whether Strengthening, Weakening, or looking for a Sufficient Assumption, throughout the Logical Reasoning section, students are expected to identify logical flaws and understand how they function within arguments.
The good news is, there are a limited number of logical fallacies that show up over and over again on the LSAT. 33 of them, to be precise, falling within just 12 Flaw Families. Any student sufficiently dedicated to raising their score can learn to identify all 33.
33 Common LSAT Flaws includes . . .
(1) Concise and actionable introductions to all 12 families of LSAT fallacies
(2) How to identify all 33 common LSAT flaws
(3) Real examples from the LSAT of each common flaw
(4) Thorough explanations for each sample Logical Reasoning question written by our 99th percentile instructors that identify (1) the question type, whether the stimulus is an (2) argument or set of facts and whether the argument is (3) valid or flawed, provide a (4) summary of the stimulus and (5) strategy overview, (6) anticipate the correct answer, (7) explain the correct and incorrect answer choices and provide a (8) key takeaway that you can apply to future Logical Reasoning questions.
Written by the Harvard Law School Alumni who created LSATMax, Real Practice LSAT with Detailed Answer Explanations is a full-length (6 sections), real practice LSAT with detailed explanations written by LSATMax's 99th-percentile LSAT instructors.
Whether you are just getting started on your LSAT prep journey and want to take a practice LSAT to establish your baseline score or you have been preparing and need another simulated LSAT, this practice LSAT is a must!
Here are the 6 sections of Real Practice LSAT with Detailed Answer Explanations:
Section 1 – Logical Reasoning
Section 2 – Logic Games
Section 3– Logical Reasoning
Section 4 – Logical Reasoning
Section 5 – Reading Comprehension
Section 6 – Writing Sample
After you complete this practice LSAT, you can score it using the Answer Key and convert your raw score into the 120-180 scaled score using the Conversion Chart.
Once you know where you stand, you can start to improve your LSAT score by reviewing our detailed explanations for all 5 sections of the LSAT.
Our unrivaled Logical Reasoning explanations, written by our 99th percentile instructors, will identify (1) the question type, whether the stimulus is an (2) argument or set of facts and whether the argument is (3) valid or flawed, provide a (4) summary of the stimulus and (5) strategy overview, (6) anticipate the correct answer, (7) explain the correct and incorrect answer choices and provide a (8) key takeaway that you can apply to future Logical Reasoning questions.
For the 4 Logic Games, our instructors will walk you through the setup step-by-step and how to arrive at the correct answer for each question. These written explanations are accompanied by visual diagrams so you can easily follow along.
For the 4 Reading Comprehension passages, our instructors will provide Line References that will highlight where the correct answers can be found in the passage.
Please note, however, that the LSAT is no longer a paper/pencil exam in North America. Now, every LSAT in North America (United States & Canada) is administered digitally on a Microsoft Surface Go Tablet.
Tablets will be provided to test takers at the test center. On the digital LSAT, both the content and the structure of the test sections and the questions will be the same as the paper-and-pencil LSAT. But in addition, the digital LSAT will include new features such as a timer with a five-minute warning, highlighting, and flagging to keep track of questions that you may want to revisit in a section.