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The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games Paperback – March 1, 2013
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Blueprint, long known as reputable company providing high quality LSAT prep courses, has released a huge book on how to do LSAT games and it is glorious. The easy to understand material is written with plenty of humor to make it go down easily and contains ample drills and practice questions. Carefully crafted to teach you step by step without any big jumps, this is a first rate, comprehensive option for those learning LSAT logic games through self-study.
All the tough training you need in formal logic, presented in an entertaining and (dare I say) painless way.
--Anna Ivey, former Dean of Admissions at the University of Chicago Law School
Combines irreverent humor and deep mastery of the test, making it indispensable for aspiring JDs. I love this book.
--Brian Dalton, Above The Law/Breaking Media
About the Author
In January of 2005, under the light of a shooting star, three humble teachers oversaw the birth of Blueprint LSAT Preparation, a new kind of test prep company. Co-founders Jodi Teti, Trent Teti, and Matt Riley were possessed by the strong belief that those who pay for an LSAT class shouldn't be subjected to material and methods that test not only their LSAT knowledge, but their very will to live.
The LSAT is a nefarious test, designed by those who think that a sentence is not complete until it contains at least two double-negatives. At Blueprint, we make every effort to take this material and mold it into something both a) understandable and b) gut-bustingly funny. Our instructors are the finest and funniest that money (and the enticement of unlimited free pencils) can buy. Every year, we go through our curriculum with a fine-toothed comb, looking to make it both up-to-date and more enjoyable to learn. We're not sure why we use the comb, but hey, tradition.
We offer live and online LSAT prep courses throughout the United States, as well as private tutoring and law school application consulting, and our classroom students average an industry-leading 11-point increase on their LSAT practice exams.
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Long story short, if you want to get a leg up on games, this book is a must.
Overall, this book and the building block method have truly helped me get very good at logic games. The format was easy to read is encouraging; yet not condescending. I am attempting a second retry on the LSAT as my score was low due to a poor logic games section. I am trying a self study method this time around and the interest of full disclosure; so here I was offered a free copy of the Kindle book in exchange for my review.