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Manhattan LSAT Set of 3 Strategy Guides (Manhattan LSAT Strategy Guides) 2 Pap/Psc Edition
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The Logic Games guide is really solid. It breaks down the game types into general categories, so that if you get a weird game type, you can still attack it within one (or more) of these constructs. While some of Powerscore's methods are as good as Manhattan's, they are not better, and there are some game types for which Manhattan absolutely crushes Powerscore.
The Logical Reasoning guide is basically equal to the Powerscore method. There are a few minor differences that I prefer, such as asking you to read the questions stimulus before reading the prompt, but choosing between the two is more of a personal preference issue.
The Reading Comp guide is vastly superior to Powerscore's. I will add that no reading comprehension guide is really that effective. Everyone reads differently, and improvement in this area is mostly about finding what works for you, but the book provides a strong framework from which to start.
In sum, the Manhattan series, in my opinion, and in the opinion of most of the people I've interacted with, is the best LSAT prep series out there.Read more ›
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What I didn't know was how accessible the material is. Manhattan would work for a 130 test-taker to get to 150, or a 158 to get to a 168. It all depends on how much you'll dedicate yourself to it. If you do decide to go this route, you should know that to gain full understanding you will have to push yourself--and with good reason.
MLSAT is challenging because the LSAT is challenging. They say law school reprograms you to think like a lawyer. If that is true (I believe it is) then the LSAT is the first step in your mental transformation. I can't think of a resource I'd rather use to take this step.
The guides would work fantastically as a standalone resource. But I highly recommend their online course as well. Even better if you can get into a classroom nearby (on-campus, in certain cities) to meet with one of their instructors (all scored in the 99th percentile on an official exam) face to face.
You won't get a 170+ unless you use MLSAT.
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I have gone through all 3 books in the set: Logical Reasoning, Analytical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension. The theories in these books are helpful, however, not rock solid. Read morePublished on April 22, 2013 by BeeNic
I just wanted to take a second to thank you for an outstanding product and service. My law school (and subsequently LSAT) journey began last year when I took a practice LSAT... Read morePublished on October 5, 2012 by S. S. Friend
Manhattan seemed better than live Kaplan and Powerscore book set and yet when I got to one problem on page 82 of Logic Games with 7 questions, it took them 25 WHOLE PAGES just to... Read morePublished on September 5, 2012 by Paige Polley
The Powerscore series is a good base to start with to set your foundation. After you get comfortable with that series, this series is perfect to tighten up your loose ends with... Read morePublished on July 21, 2012 by Julie
I purchased the 12 week self-study course which included the set of 3 strategy guides plus another book which includes 10 released LSATs but has them all split up into question... Read morePublished on July 17, 2012 by Jesus R. Garcia
I first discovered Manhattan LSAT by locating their forum online. I was sold from that moment onward. Read morePublished on July 16, 2012 by Tim
The staff from top to bottom were friendly and helpful - classes are tough but informative and the teachers are smart and fun to work with. Read morePublished on July 10, 2012 by Mr. Edwards
I highly recommend these books for people who grasp concepts quickly and are looking for a study guide geared towards higher-scoring test takers. Read morePublished on June 4, 2012 by Beesnix89
I found the Manhattan LSAT books (and course) to be extremely well designed, comprehnsive, and engaging. Read morePublished on January 12, 2012 by Soozan