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McGraw-Hill's Conquering LSAT Logic Games 2ed: MGH Conquering LSAT Logic Games 2nd Edition
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Curvebreakers is a team of current and former Harvard Law School students who offer LSAT preparation on the Internet for law school applicants nationwide.
Top Customer Reviews
The techniques, again, seem to be great.
the one redeeming quality to this book is the fact that intelligent, studious testtakers will be able to diagnose why their answers are correct, while the book's answers are wrong. that in itself is good practice. however, you don't go into the LSAT assuming that their questions are going to problematic (which is what you'll have to do with this book). you paid for a decent testbook that reliably gives you good practice questions and will allow you to get better at taking the damn test. and also, you don't get to check your answers on the LSAT to see how you're doing - you won't be able wonder whether your answer is wrong because you did it wrong, or if the test is wrong.
stay away from this one.
If you have no experience in these types of problems, this book will be a huge disservice. Forget the $20 or so you've spent. An aspiring law student (or any student) will waste valuable time and energy trusting that McGraw-Hill, Harvard law grads and students, and the proofing corp will have vetted any errors. With all these filters, the answers must be right, right? WRONG. I dare any of these "CURVEBREAKERS" (the anonymous team name of the authors) to take individual credit for this miscarriage of justice.
First of all, ALL of the examples use the same ABCDEFG variables, which gets confusing after a while, and they never do that on the LSAT.
Secondly, 99% of the answer choices offer a "NONE OF THESE" option, which is NEVER used on the LSAT.
DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT use the formal logic section of the book. It teaches you a technique that is WRONG and they use "and" and "or" interchangably which you can't do!
The examples don't come from actual LSATs and most of them are stupid.
Honestly, I think this book HURT me in the study process. Please avoid and buy the Kaplan Logic Games workbook or another book that uses REAL LSAT questions.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this book with the hopes of developing new strategies for the logic games. However, their logic just didn't make any sense. Read morePublished on July 5, 2014 by Jennifer O'Leary
I can't believe a book so poor can be published.
McGraw Hill should withdraw all copies from print and refund all purchases.
I borrowed this book from the library and I haven't even gotten past the first chapter. Using the contrapositive to get some points is a good strategy if they explained it better. Read morePublished on January 29, 2010 by H. Adeniran
Really reprehensible. Piss-poor editing, rife with mistakes and misprints. You should be ashamed, McGraw-Hill.Published on September 15, 2009 by mad hornet
The very first logic game explanation is riddled with errors. Spent hours thinking I was doing it wrong, but it turns out the Harvard law students who wrote the book could use a... Read morePublished on August 16, 2009 by Pablo Escrito
I just bought this book at a bookstore because I've been having quite a bit of trouble studying for the logic games. I quickly found out that this book is useless. Read morePublished on January 22, 2009 by Punky
I borrowed this book from my local library and I am glad that I didn't waste money on it. The fact that I'm taking the time to write a review on Amazon tells you how bad it is. Read morePublished on October 29, 2008 by L. Marshall