PowerScore’s LSAT Logical Reasoning: Question Type Training provides you with every Logical Reasoning question from LSAT PrepTests 1 through 20. The Logical Reasoning questions are arranged in groups according to the classification system used in the renowned PowerScore LSAT Logical Reasoning Bible and are presented in the same order for easy cross-reference. Containing nearly 1,000 questions in all, including hard-to-find questions from the early PrepTests, this book is an ideal training tool to increase your LSAT Logical Reasoning score. Grouping each question by type provides a number of practical benefits: The questions in this book are an excellent practice resource, and an ideal supplement to the LSAT Logical Reasoning Bible and LSAT Logical Reasoning Bible Workbook. Grouping the questions by classification provides practice with specific types of questions, allowing particular focus on the question types you find most challenging. By examining questions with certain basic similarities, you can analyze the features of each question type in order to better understand how problems are constructed, how they can be most easily recognized, and how they can best be solved. This is especially the case if you have already read the PowerScore LSAT Logical Reasoning Bible. Even if you have not yet read the LSAT Logical Reasoning Bible, this book provides an excellent practice resource, allowing you to develop your familiarity with various question types and with the Logical Reasoning section in general. Full chapters of each of the thirteen question types are included, as well as compilations of questions dealing with Conditional Reasoning, Causal Reasoning, Formal Logic, Numbers and Percentages, and Principles. At the end of this book a complete answer key is provided; however, no explanations are provided. PowerScore offers comprehensive LSAT, GMAT, GRE, SAT, and ACT live and online preparation classes. For more information about PowerScore’s publications or services, please visit PowerScore.com.
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