Some good news for students looking for LSAT study options – here’s a great choice for self-study or to supplement your current prep course work.
Last week, Manhattan LSAT unveiled its new Logical Reasoning Guide. No lightweight book is this — coming in at 552 pages and covering everything you need to master this important part of the test. Manhattan LSAT’s Managing Director, Noah Teitelbaum says ”we’re really psyched about what’s inside this book. We’ve kept our focus on what top scorers actually do, but we’ve added in a ton of practice sets (with explanations) to help students put our strategies to work immediately.”
So, what’s new about this guide?
Well, according to Manhattan LSAT, it’s their simple but powerful approach to common question types. “We know that it’s not hard to find LSATs to practice with, but with our new LR book, your initial slam-it-in-your-head-but-think-deeply-cause-you-can’t-memorize-your-way-to-170 practice is right there. We’ve also expanded our discussion of the assumption family of questions. If you don’t know about our approach, what we do is find the commonalities between question types (and this will be a relief to those who find the overly-dichomotized systems found in other LSAT books to be overwhelming). We know that memorizing a ton of question types leaves you struggling on test day, so we keep it simple and powerful.”
Manhattan LSAT is so sure you’re going to love it, they’ve said this to show you how much: “If you bought our last Logical Reasoning Guide after December 15, 2010, we’ll happily replace the book with a new one so that you can join in the Manhattan LSAT logical reasoning jamboree. If you bought it at a bookstore, send us the receipt, if you bought it through us, just e-mail us the shipping address to use.”