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Read, re-read, take notes, understand, memorize, and practice.
Reviewed in the United States on March 26, 2016
I finally found the right LSAT book for understanding and learning one very important and very difficult section: Logical Reasoning. This book is divided into 22 chapters, all dealing with a specific type of questions. It provides you the methods to identify the important indicators for choosing the correct answer that is related with the question that is being asked. It is a very dense and detailed book, and requires frequent notes, so that you can actually learn the methods, drills, hints, and tips stated in the book. I have already read 100 - 120 pages, however, in order to learn from this book, and I have gone back and started rereading for the purposes of taking notes, and learning from it. This is the intention of the book. It is not just to read, however, to jot down notes continuously, that you think is important to you, so that you can learn. I recommend that if you buy this book, you should not just read it, because if you do, then you will forget it. In order to maximize your benefits, read, jot down notes, practice the drills, and understand all ideas and questions stated in this book. This book is very time consuming, and should be if you want to be master this section, however if you read it once or twice, do not take any notes, or understand every single concept that is laid out, then this book would fail to serve its purpose for you. In summary: this book is meticulously detailed, time consuming, precisely written, and requires vigorous participation from the reader, if they want the master this section to the teeth.