Before Steve Schwartz started LSAT Blog (LSATBlog.blogspot.com), there wasn't any reputable source of information about the LSAT that was neatly organized, regularly updated, and 100% free. Schwartz, a professional LSAT tutor in New York, has found that the LSAT books published by the big test prep companies don't address the real questions that students have. The companies hold back the best of their content for students who take their courses, and they require those students to sign contracts agreeing not to sell or give away their coursebooks. Schwartz first decided to share his proven LSAT techniques with all interested test-takers via his popular blog, but he's now publishing his strategies in print through this first in a series of no-nonsense unofficial guides to the Law School Admission Council's Official LSAT PrepTests. Discover easy secrets to guide you through the Official LSAT PrepTest 56 (the December 2008 LSAT). These brand-new unofficial, unauthorized explanations show you clear step-by-step methods to reach the correct answer to each question. However, these explanations go a step further and explain, in painstaking detail, why each of the other four answer choices is incorrect. With better content than you would receive through one of the big companies' prep courses or books, this exclusive LSAT Blog Guide will save you precious time and money while getting you the results you need.