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The PowerScore LSAT Reading Comprehension Bible 2nd Edition
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If you're already scoring decently on Reading Comprehension, this book will repeat much of what you already know. It won't do much to help you get those last few questions.
If you're struggling on Reading Comprehension, this book will make this section much more manageable.
Note: PowerScore once again exhibits its tendency to over-classify. The book goes into detail on every question type, every passage type, etc. If you majored in biology, you might find these taxonomies interesting, but most folks won't benefit from thinking about RC in this degree of detail.
Use (if at all): If you decide Reading Comp is a weak area worth focusing on, complete this book before doing several RC passages.
Ok I love Power score can you tell?! BUT this is my least fav in the LSAT series but it is still a great book. I just believe that RC is well the easier of the sections to study for that is why I am "iffy" about the need for this book. I worked my way through the entire book and I did walk away with some decent knowledge but honestly I only applied about 1/3 of it on the test simply because of time. I just found their approach to be really time consuming however I also tend to be a fast reader so the thought of doing the breakdown they suggest was just overwhelming for me. I will say this, if this is a section you are struggling with buy the book but if you are a-ok put your pennies toward more lsac preptest's.
Much of this material is the same as you will get in the $1,000+ face to face course. As long as you have the self motivation to study hard, this book will pay for itself in a few weeks.
Still, this is the weakest of the three bibles - after all, it's not going to teach you how to read and comprehend 220 words of really dense text in under four minutes. Instead it will teach you how to focus your reading so you get the most useful information as quickly as possible.
Before buying this book, you'll probably also want the Logical Reasoning and Logic Games bibles and a good selection of past tests to complete your study materials.
There are lots of drills included, thus, you may not need to buy many more full exams to get practice outside simply needing to take FULL exames. All the examples are licensed from LSAC. This DOES make a difference. I have other books that used their own made-up examples and you can tell that these would not have been used on a real exam.
It also has a lot of supplemental information that I found helpful. Ex: If you must guess, what letter shows up must often ( do not guess unless you MUST though...)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Back when I took the LSAT this book was not so helpful. Is not to the point, and the methods are not really the must helpful. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rafael Palacio
It's helped me bring my score from a 156 to a 162, and that was with only a month and a half of on-off practice. Read morePublished 2 months ago by thuy le
The best book to study for LSAT, also is the best option for non-native English speakers, because the book has no cultural references that affect the explanations.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Can't go wrong with the bibles, although I think the Reading Comprehension one isn't very unique. The strategies are pretty straightforward and I wouldn't say they are more helpful... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Freakazoid
It came promptly, and it had no markings whatsoever, even though I bought it used. It's such a great book, essential for anyone taking the LSAT. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Karen A
Helped me score into the 170s.... I think these books should provide the foundation. You need practice tests, and you need drilling problems, but these books help you learn the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Michael Ellenberger
Great resource for any aspiring law student. Helped me score a 165.Published 13 months ago by Stewart L. Jackson