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LSAT Explained: Unofficial Explanations for "The Next 10 LSAT PrepTests" Paperback – July, 2005
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This book isn't a total waste, but the small mistakes here and there were so unnecessary especially when paying attention to detail on the LSAT is imperative. So far Powerscore guides are the best for your money. I suggest if you have a budget stay away from this book.
It is an improvement over the previous "LSAT Answers" book by GetPrepped. The answers in "Explained" are laid out in a more visually pleasing way than before (it used to be an unformatted paragraph of info). The explanations are decent for LR and RC, but the way they deal with AR doesn't fit with my methods and some of their diagrams are a little too difficult to follow. There are the usual typos but I've been pleasantly surprised to find that they don't resort to saying an answer is right or wrong "just because". There were a lot of major reasoning mistakes in the "LSAT Answers" but I haven't found anything of significance in "LSAT Explained".
I don't think you're wasting money on the book, but I don't think GetPrepped's explanations are of the same caliber as what I've seen of Kaplan and possibly Princeton Review.
If you get this book you'll want to try to figure out why you got a question wrong before you turn towards "Explained" for explanations. Personally, I wouldn't want my understanding of the LSAT or the individual questions to hinge on this book but it is a decent supplement for thinking in greater depth and getting another perspective on the questions.
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Somewhat confusing, not enough information, and in some cases, just plain frustrating.
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I purchased this book because I studied on my own and did not use any Kaplan course or anything like that. I thought this book was great because it explains every single question. Read morePublished on December 13, 2009 by PaperPearl