PowerScore releases The LSAT Logic Games Bible Workbook, a companion to the bestselling LSAT Logic Games Bible, providing readers with additional practice on the techniques for mastering the analytical reasoning section of the Law School Admission Test.
(PRWEB) August 29, 2009 -- PowerScore releases The LSAT Logic Games Bible Workbook, a companion to the bestselling LSAT Logic Games Bible, providing readers with additional practice on techniques for mastering the analytical reasoning section of the Law School Admission Test.
PowerScore is set to release the highly anticipated LSAT Logic Games Bible Workbook, to be used in conjunction with the acclaimed LSAT Logic Games Bible. This latest publication, written by PowerScore founder and LSAT expert Dave Killoran, joins a formidable lineup of best-selling publications focused on teaching students how to obtain a competitive score on the LSAT. The 255 page book contains actual logic games and multiple drills created to reinforce the skills needed to effectively attack the Logic Games section. Each answer key presents an ideal setup for the game, with every rule and important logical inference discussed and diagrammed, and all of the questions answered and explained. In addition to the drills, The Workbook contains 30 separate LSAT games, drawn from the LSATs administered between December 2002 and December 2006 without any repetition from the games and drills covered in the Logic Games Bible.
The analytical reasoning section, commonly referred to as Logic Games, is considered to be the most difficult for students taking the LSAT for the first time. The section contains four games or puzzles, followed by a series of five to eight questions designed to test the ability to make inferences which exist within the setup. The ability to perform well is based on the ability to understand the types of games which frequently appear and to properly diagram the rules and make the correct inferences.
Combined with the LSAT Logic Games Bible, the two PowerScore publications provide a complete methodology for attacking the analytical section of the LSAT. "The LSAT Logic Games Bible teaches a system to attack Logic Games whereas the Workbook allows students to practice applying that system to real LSAT games. This practice and the corresponding explanations will help students become faster, more confident test takers, which will ultimately lead to higher LSAT scores," said Dave Killoran.
The LSAT Bibles are available through PowerScore's website at www.powerscore.com and select retailers nationally.
The PowerScore LSAT Logic Games Bible Workbook
By David M. Killoran
August 28, 2009
PowerScore is one of the nation's fastest growing test preparation companies. Headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina, PowerScore offers LSAT, SAT, GMAT, and GRE preparation classes in over 125 locations in the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico, and live online classes worldwide.
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