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The Loophole in LSAT Logical Reasoning Paperback – 16 November 2018
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The Loophole in LSAT Logical Reasoning is the single most effective LSAT Logical Reasoning book on the market. It's the much-needed, ice-cold libation in your LSAT life.
Five years of development, testing, and iteration went into this book. Within, you will find an actually new approach to LSAT Logical Reasoning that has already worked for many students. This is not just another book outlining the questions types and a couple conditional reasoning drills. We aim to build the skills that will allow you to predict the correct answer without even knowing the question type. These methodologies are not just comprehensive or new; they're frankly just better.
To get questions right in LSAT Logical Reasoning, you must be able to:
- Read, remember, and critique the stimulus independently
- Recognize the only two qualities that ever make an answer correct
- Exert control over the test instead of letting it run all over you
This is what The Loophole in LSAT Logical Reasoning prepares you to do. It results in not just a higher score, but an easier score.
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My Logical Reasoning score went from -15 to -1. That is pretty much all you need to know.--Nikki M., UCLA Law School
The Loophole in Logical Reasoning is the LSAT book for anyone who has been put off by cookie-cutter test prep or finds themselves stuck in a rut with other materials.--Esther A., Yale Law School
I wish I was as enthusiastic about ANYTHING as Ellen is about LSAT prep.--Charles C., UVA Law School
About the Author
Ellen Cassidy is the founder of Elemental Prep and the author of The Loophole in LSAT Logical Reasoning. After studying at Stanford University and Oxford University, she received two official 99th percentile LSAT scores and turned down Harvard Law School to teach the LSAT. Since then, she has been researching and testing experimental LSAT prep methodologies and compiling her successes into a forthcoming series of LSAT strategy guides. These LSAT prep methodologies are the result of the relationships Ellen has built with the hundreds of LSAT students she has personally taught.
- Publisher : Elemental Prep; First edition (16 November 2018)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 462 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1732749000
- ISBN-13 : 978-1732749009
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Eventually I reached a plateau with LR, so I decided to buy the Loophole. After starting the book I realized quite early on that my issue with LSAT LR was that I was often misreading the questions. I finished the Loophole a week before the LSAT and mastered the translation drills to really crack down on my misreads. This combined with my strong LG and RC sections were what allowed me to get the mark I did.
I think this is the book that can really take you from an OK score to one well above what you were expecting. Cannot recommend highly enough.
1. Read page to page (DO NOT SKIP)
2. Do all exercises
3. Highlight, take notes and
4. Most importantly - Read this book a second time (over a weekend), you will be surprised to see how many more thing you pick up on second/third phase of reading!
Continue to keep an error log of every question you do, I personally made an Excel where I categorize each question type, time etc. that way I can analyze my weak areas and track my progress in terms of accuracy.
Do not roam around and try multiple method, end of the day you only need one, trust the process, read the book - once, twice and if required if third time, incorporate the strategy mentioned in the book, eventually after you do over 500 or so Questions, your muscle memory will pick up and you will run in auto pilot mode.
Again, Be patient, trust yourself and trust the process, best of luck!
Reviewed in Canada on 13 May 2020