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Cheating The LSAT: The Fox Test Prep Guide to a Real LSAT, Volume 1 Paperback – 29 October 2011
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- Publisher : Avocado Books (29 October 2011)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 152 pages
- ISBN-10 : 098385050X
- ISBN-13 : 978-0983850502
- Dimensions : 21.59 x 0.86 x 27.94 cm
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Nathan Fox does not waste your time with complicated methodologies that you don't need. His approach is above all EFFICIENT. He cuts through the BS and inserts enough of his own funny no-holds-barred thoughts to keep his writing from being boring or dry.
There are no shortcuts to LSAT preparation. Follow Fox's basic approach: Take real, timed practice tests - a LOT of them. Afterwards, review the questions that you missed or weren't sure about, making certain that you understand them and are learning from them. That task of reviewing Preptests after you take them is made much easier with the help of this book which delves deeply into each question and helps you understand how this beautifully designed behemoth of a test, the LSAT, really works. I just wish Fox would publish more of these.
I firmly believe in this idea and took it to heart when I purchased the FoxLSAT books. If you're sick of LSAT prep companies giving you unnecessary theories and convoluted techniques, this is the book for you! This book along with "Breaking the LSAT" and "Exposing the LSAT" gives you an intuitive approach to the test and provides a detailed explanation for every single passage and question. My favorite is the logical reasoning section which also highlights common errors found throughout the test. Nathan shows you how to approach the question without having to spend 500 pages of "logical theory." If you want to truly understand the LSAT and learn to beat it, this is the book for you.
The best thing about this book is that there is information to CALL the author if you have questions. I highly doubt that there are other LSAT prep books where the author gladly gives his information out so that people with questions regarding the material can call.
I plan to buy his other textbook as well.
Why you ask? Because although they don't repeat questions, they do repeat question types/formats/reasoning errors etc.
Out of all the LSAT prep books I have bought (and there's too many to list) this was, by far, the best investment I have made. Not only did it make learning FUN, it made it easy. I left this book feeling empowered instead of intimidated. Why? Because Nathan Fox shows you HOW the test tries to trip you up while walking you through it step by step. It's as if he's your own personal tutor, explaining exactly how he tackled each question and why/how he decided the best answer. Not once was I spoken to with condescension or did I have ridiculously big words (that tend to take up more time to decipher than the actual strategies do) thrown at me. No, his down to earth and on-your-level approach kept me entertained and ready for more, all while teaching me memorable tips instead of confusing patented techniques like Kaplan, Princeton Review or Power Score.
I never write reviews. But I needed to for this. If you are seriously studying for the LSAT this is a MUST.