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I purchased this book after taking the LSAT for the first time. I quickly realized that the study prep material by another popular company was insufficient and left me ill-prepared. I set out to find material that would train me well. The Manhattan Logical Reasoning is a very well written book. The principles are easy to assimilate and provides ample drill sets throughout the book. Having said that, it’s best to purchase the 10 LSAT tests from LSAC or register with LSAC for their digital subscription for $99. In this way, you are getting used to the digital format rather than just simply marking up a book. Furthermore, if you are a more mature student, such as myself, marking or underlining hindered me when actually taking the Digital LSAT. It’s best to practice on the test format or mode in which it will be delivered so you are not thrown off. It’s like an athlete training in both cold and warm climates, if you will. Nonetheless, this has been the best book to increase my understanding of how to tackle logical reasoning. Oh, I also suggest checking out LSAT Hacks. He has generously offered just about all previously administered LSAT Tests Explanations. Good Luck!
This book is very helpful if you have yet to take the LSAT and you still have to learn the basics. But if you've already taken the LSAT and you're looking to improve your LSAT score the Logic Reasoning section of Mike Kims "LSAT TRAINER" is the most helpful for that. It has drills and various problem-solving methods that you can add to your arsenal.
T So yeah as someone who has taken the LSAT this ended up being a waste of time for me. However, I do recommend the Logic Game Manhattan Prep LSAT strategy book. That book is the best LOGIC Game prep book in my opinion (i've used the LOGIC Bible, Mike Kim's LSAT TRAINER) and some other resources).