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eBook Atlas LSAT Reading Comprehension Strategy Guide ePub

eBook Atlas LSAT Reading Comprehension Strategy Guide ePub

by Atlas LSAT Prep

  • ISBN: 0984054928
  • Category: Graduate School
  • Subcategory: Preparation
  • Author: Atlas LSAT Prep
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Manhattan Prep Publishing; 2 edition (August 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 165
  • ePub book: 1749 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1332 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 685

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LSAT Logical Reasoning: Strategy Guide + Online Tracker (Manhattan Prep LSAT . He holds This is my fifth For Dummies book, and as always it has LSAT Logic. Manhattan LSAT Reading Comprehension Strategy Guide.

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Atlas LSAT's strategy guides were written by Atlas LSAT's expert curriculum developers, all of whom have scored in the 99th .

Atlas LSAT's strategy guides were written by Atlas LSAT's expert curriculum developers, all of whom have scored in the 99th percentile on the official LSAT. Paperback: 165 pages. 8 people found this helpful.

LSAT Reading Comprehension teaches you how to recognize the core argument and . Manhattan Prep LSAT Strategy Guides. Manhattan Prep Publishing.

LSAT Reading Comprehension teaches you how to recognize the core argument and use it as a framework to organize the entire passage, improving the speed and clarity with which you read. Each chapter in LSAT Reading Comprehension features drills and full practice sets-made up of real LSAT questions-to help you absorb and apply what you’ve learned, while numerous, in-depth solutions walk you through the process of selecting the right answer and help you to achieve mastery.

Start studying LSAT READING COMPREHENSION STRATEGIES. Does the author promote any guiding principles? Does the passage contain sub-conclusions? Does the author mention any counter-arguments?

Start studying LSAT READING COMPREHENSION STRATEGIES. Learn vocabulary, terms and more with flashcards, games and other study tools. Does the author promote any guiding principles? Does the passage contain sub-conclusions? Does the author mention any counter-arguments?

This test will assess your ability to read and understand written material and is similar to other reading comprehension tests in this way. On the LSAT, however, the reading comprehension section is different in these important ways: You must be able to read very precisely and ferret ou. .

This test will assess your ability to read and understand written material and is similar to other reading comprehension tests in this way. On the LSAT, however, the reading comprehension section is different in these important ways: You must be able to read very precisely and ferret out very specific details. Reading passages are dense and complex. Content is of the level you will encounter in law school. The passage writers employ high-level vocabulary and complicated rhetorical structure. This section of the LSAT contains four sets of passages and questions

The LSAT is administered in two parts.

The LSAT is administered in two parts. The first part of the test is a multiple-choice exam administered at test centers throughout the world. Starting in September 2019, the multiple-choice portion of the LSAT will be administered digitally in North America - learn more about the Digital LSAT. The second part of the test is a written essay, called LSAT Writing.

Test-taking strategies. Many LSAT prep books provide strategies for approaching certain question types so that you can quickly identify incorrect answers and eliminate them. The books may also teach time-management strategies to help you work quickly through the exam. These strategies may not work for everyone, but they’re useful if you struggle with taking tests.

[b]The Atlas LSAT Reading Comprehension Strategy Guide[/b] is an essential tool for a surprisingly tricky part of the LSAT. While you do know how to read, can you read with the speed, clarity and comprehension that top LSAT scores require? This guide helps you re-train yourself to read like a debater, showing you how to read actively and identify argument flaws. Furthermore, you'll learn a lot about how the LSAT creates tricky wrong answers. Each chapter has drills and full practice sets to help you absorb and apply what you've learned.The underlying premise of this book is that since the LSAT is designed to predict one's ability to do well in law school, reading like a law student will naturally prepare you to answer the questions quickly and correctly. [b]Special Features:[/b]Purchase of this book includes access to Atlas LSAT's online self-study starter kit, including forums and extra logic game challenges.

Comments

Hulis Hulis
You can get better at logic games with practice and strategies that you can learn almost anywhere. It's really a matter of getting a feel for it. But people underestimate how important it is to prepare for the reading comprehension, and how LSAT-specific this section of the test really is. This is not your typical standardized test reading comprehension; it's very specifically tuned to search for certain skills that law students, lawyers, and judges need.

I was blown away by Atlas's in-depth analysis of how the test is designed and the strategies necessary to master it. The instructions are direct, simple, easy to follow, yet the reasons for them are well explained and effective when applied. They have actual LSAT reading sections and questions to practice.

I read and looked through everything when preparing... Princeton Review, Powerscore, Kaplan, Knewton, any number of free online blogs, and there is nothing better than Atlas's system for any part of the test, period. But their Reading Comprehension Guide is really superior, and I absolutely could not have made my 177 without it.

P.S. They've now changed their name to Manhattan LSAT and they have a new book... this review is for the old one that I bought before the change.
Coidor Coidor
Short version:
If you want to improve on RC, buy this excellent book over all other options.

Long version:
My first RC strategy guide was PowerScore's Reading Comprehension Bible. While, I think a lot of their Games and Logical Reasoning books, the RC Bible was only marginally useful. It relies far too much upon time-consuming notation and classification of questions stems. It's not a bad book, but for someone looking to really push the envelope or get into the right mindset, the RCB lacks elegance and is too tactic-laden.

Manhattan's book is a whole different beast. Firstly, it's 60% fewer pages than the RCB. This matters for 2 mains reasons: 1. This is a huge issue because Manhattan is about getting into an LSAT mindset (or "thinking like a debater" as they state it) while tricks are mentioned here, they are second to truly understanding how to approach the passages. The main push is making your more flexible in your reading habits. This is a superior approach because the LSAT cannot be gamed or "tacticed" through. I also like that recent tests are used, but not the very newest ones. 2. I read the book 2x and I picked up a ton of details the second go through. Had it been 350 pages, I am not sure I would have re-read it.

Finally, Manhattan's comparative reading methods are the best I've seen. Since there are fewer of these sections to practice with, getting them right quickly is a benefit.