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Get on the right side of your Law School Admission Test
It's an unbreakable rule that to get into the majority of law schools or practice state law anywhere in the U.S., you must pass the dreaded LSAT. Designed to be the most objective measure of student ability available--unlike a much more subjective GPA--it's the ultimate standardized test. This makes it relatively straightforward to prep for, and prep you must! This revised and totally updated new edition of LSAT For Dummies has everything you need to get ready to take - and take down - the LSAT. With it, you'll make an irrefutable case why you should be admitted to the school of your dreams.
In a friendly, logical style, expert authors Scott and Lisa Hatch --who have coached thousands of students for LSAT success--cover the core concepts, smart strategies, and mental approaches you need to succeed. You'll also find plenty of opportunities to apply your enhanced argumentative muscle, analytical reasoning, and essay-writing and reading comprehension skills in full-length practice tests--all recalibrated in this new edition to account for the new computer-based exam format.Take 3 full-length practice tests (one online) plus additional practice questions Consolidate your knowledge in content review sections Compare your answers to sample answers and explanations Get 1-year access to an online test-bank for further practice
With up to forty percent of students failing the LSAT each year, you need a solid study plan to conquer it. This book - with companion practice tests online - has you covered.
Getting started with the LSAT. The L team: the LSAT and its administrators ; Test-taking basics: setting yourself up for success ; The lowdown on law school admissions
Analytical reasoning: following the rules of the logic game. Gaming the analytical reasoning questions ; Proper placement: analytical reasoning ordering games ; Type casting: grouping games
Logical reasoning: picking apart an argument. Analyzing arguments: the basics of logical reasoning ; Conclusions, inferences, assumptions, and flaws in logical reasoning questions ; Strengthening and weakening arguments ; Examining other logical reasoning question types
Reading comprehension: read 'em but don't weep. Rites of passage(s): types of reading passages and questions ; Safe landing: mastering the approach to reading comprehension
The writing sample: penning a persuasive argument. Pick a side, any side: responding to the writing sample prompt ; Practice writing samples
The real deal: full-length practice LSATs. Some rainy-day "fun": LSAT practice exam 1 ; Practice exam 1: answers and explanations ; Perfecting with practice: LSAT practice exam 2 ; Practice exam 2: answers and explanations ; Even more "fun": LSAT practice exam 3 ; Practice exam 3: answers and explanations
The part of tens. Ten (plus one) myths about the LSAT ; Ten kinds of law you can practice.
Law School Admission Test
-- Study guides.
Law schools -- United States -- Entrance examinations -- Study guides.
|Publisher|| Hobokin, NJ :2021
|Edition||3rd edition with online practice.|
|Other Titles|| LSAT for dummies
Law School Admission Test for dummies
Hatch, Scott A.
xii, 402 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm