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The PowerScore LSAT Logical Reasoning Bible, 2020 edition. An advanced LSAT prep system for attacking the Logical Reasoning Section, updated for the digital test. Paperback – October 21, 2019
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I studied for about a month using test prep materials from another company. After taking three practice LSATs I saw no improvement in my test scores. After studying with the Logical Reasoning Bible for three weeks, I saw my practice test score increase by six points! PowerScore helped me to understand everything on the test. The explanations provided by the book cover everything so thoroughly I didn't have a chance to get confused. My only regret is not buying a PowerScore book earlier. --Stephanie Ross
I completed (another company's) prep class and did not feel that I received enough training on the Logical Reasoning sections of the LSAT. The PowerScore Logical Reasoning Bible has definitely helped me to better understand the fundamental concepts that underlie the Logical Reasoning question types and expanded upon the knowledge I had already gained. --Dave Currens
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In addition, the Logical Reasoning Bible features discussion of aspects of the Digital LSAT interface as well as diagramming strategies. You'll also find a look at the LSAC digital interface iteself "¬¬" with its key features noted "¬¬" and over 100 real LSAT Logical Reasoning questions that are used to illustrate and reinforce our techniques. This includes examples for each of the question types referenced above. The two Logical Reasoning sections on the LSAT represent approximately 50% of your final score and are frequently considered to be the most challenging aspect of the test. However, once you understand how to efficiently approach each question type and deconstruct the reasoning presented, the solution to each question can be quickly discovered. Through step-by-step analysis of every reasoning idea that you will encounter, detailed explanations for every answer choice, and extensive drills to enforce every major concept, t
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I bought this book because I had a really low timed LSAT diagonostic (145) and was looking to IMPROVE my score. I read the reviews and heard good things about PowerScore, so I figured what the heck, I'll dive in and see if it improves my score by 10-15 points to get me where I needed to be. I was looking for a target score of around 155-160. I studied with this book religiously for a month. And then when I finished learning all the techniques/doing all the practice sets in the book, I went on to take real LSATs, applying the techniques I learned in PowerScore. And I found my score went DOWN by 10 points!! Yes, I was now scoring LOWER than I scored when I took my diagnostic cold without any prep. I was scoring a 1- freaking- 35, test after test. One test I even scored a 132. And, I repeat, that was AFTER using all the techniques I learned in PowerScore LR Bible to HELP me "improve". After taking some 30 some real Lsat's I found my score NEVER went back up to a 145. NEVER. I never even got in the 140's again. And on the real LSAT I took in March, I scored in the 130s! I am completely disgusted with my experience with PowerScore Logical Reasoning Bible and I want to throw this book in the freakin' trash. This book messed with my head and ruined my studying experience by teaching me a lot of useless garbage. I know the formulas are supposed to help you "improve" and act as a cheat sheet, but really, all they do is lead you astray and keep you on the lookout for questions that use them, when most of the questions don't even use them!! Also, learning all these formulas ruins you on test day. Instead of focusing on tackling the questions (which is the point of the test) you become more interested in trying to figure out if the formula applies to the question, which again, just wastes time and ultimately, hurts you on test day. Trust me on this.
Oh, and most of what's featured in this book, you'll never actually see on the real test. And a lot of the stuff they explain is USELESS. A WASTE OF TIME. For example, the entire chapter on Flaws helped me approximately 0%. Telling me all this different stuff about flaws, like, oh, how this one is ad hominem attack or whatnot doesn't tell me how the f*ck I'm supposed actually approach flaw in the reasoning questions, and flaws are my weak point!! It's great I know there are all these different types of flaws, but where does that leave me on test day? Staring at 5 answers and feeling still very, very unsure of myself. This book has countless chapters that are similar to the "flaw" chapter. This book is filled with useless information that wastes paper and that I repeat WILL NOT HELP YOU ON TEST DAY AT ALL. All of the formulas they teach you are just time consuming gimmicks, which again, WILL NOT HELP YOU ON TEST DAY!! PowerScore should focus on teaching people how to actually beat the questions. How to knock out 2-3 of the answer choices off the bat in 10 seconds. That's why the people are buying the books in the first place. Wasting time with formulas that take time to do WILL NOT HELP YOU ON TEST DAY. It will just get you wasting your time, when you need every second. Trust me. I very foolishly looked to this book as my answer to getting my score to improve and all I got was the lowest score ever. I think I would have done a LOT better on my Lsat prep tests and real test without PowerScore, without all those formulas/techniques/ "equations" and word lists messing with my head. I'm done with the PowerScore and I'm donating my book to my local library. I can't believe I wasted almost 50 bucks to basically sabotage my score.
This book is impeccably written and has concise explanations of confusing logical concepts. The practice questions included are also very good examples of varying difficulty. I would definitely use the Powerscore books (specifically LR) before consulting any more expensive/comprehensive prep company, since I think many will find these books adequate--the value and quality is that good. Their method for approaching Sufficient/Necessary assumption questions in particular was the best I've seen. If you struggle with LR like I did, definitely check out this book.