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The Fox LSAT Logic Games Playbook Paperback – 30 April 2016
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- Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (30 April 2016)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 428 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1530956293
- ISBN-13 : 978-1530956296
- Dimensions : 21.59 x 2.46 x 27.94 cm
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I had been struggling with the Logic Games, but this book solidified my LG skills once and for all.
After listening to every episode of Nathan's podcast (twice), I thought I'd give this book a try.
No regrets. It only took about a week to finish. It didn't waste my time with any over-the-top strategies or definitions.
I bet that most people will see improvement in their LG after completing the first set of games in this book.
This book will teach you how to tackle the Logic Games with confidence, by teaching you how to approach each game: read carefully, take your time to understand the rules and how they interact and translate your rules into comprehensive set ups / diagrams. The added bonus is that it is written as if Nathan was describing his approach as he was doing a game, so you can get an idea of how an LSAT expert thinks when approaching each game.
One minor criticism: the physical copy of the book fell apart as I turned the pages. The content is what's important, though.
I highly recommend this book.
I'd push back on the notion that this teaches you *everything* you need to know to do well on the games, however, for two reasons: the examples in this book just aren't that hard, and the book doesn't acknowledge the non-traditional games that have been increasingly common in recent tests. I could imagine this taking someone from a -13 to a -4 on games, but to really master them you're going to need to practice the curvebreakers and get comfortable with unexpected game types.
I wouldn't recommend using this book alone - it has breakdowns of the games after you do them to check your answers, but you need to learn the techniques to do the games first. I used the Powerscore LSAT Logic Games Bible to learn the techniques before I used this book for more practice. The game techniques used in this book and that one are similar enough that I could use the answer breakdowns in this book, and different enough that I learned some new tricks from this book.
Overall, I highly recommend using this book to hone your skills and increase your speed on the logic games section. I saw significant improvement in my logic games score on the practice tests I was taking as I used this book to study.
For many people, going through this book will not be enough practice. If you have the time and the money, I strongly recommend Nathan’s online on demand class. In that class, you can watch videos of him solving over 100 logic games. This book was very helpful, but the videos are even more so. Before you buy this book, check out his free online class to see if paying for his full online class would be beneficial. If you do sign up for the class, your course fee will include a copy of this book as well as two other Fox LSAT books.
When first I started studying, I was lucky if I finished even one logic game in 35 minutes, and I could not even complete that one game with total accuracy. Now after learning and applying Nathan's techniques, I can generally finish three to four of the games with 100 percent accuracy.