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About Mike Kim
Mike Kim is one of the most well-known and well-respected teachers in the LSAT industry. Mike has a unique ability to understand the architecture of standardized exams, and more importantly, Mike has a proven ability to help students drastically improve their scores. Previously, Mike co-created and oversaw the development of the Manhattan LSAT books and courses. Inspired by self-driven students who prepare for the LSAT on their own, he set out to create the ultimate self-study guide, and The LSAT Trainer is the result.
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The LSAT is a very learnable exam. If you put in the time, and if you prepare for it in the right way, you should expect significant improvement. However, the reality is that the vast majority of test takers do not prepare for it in the right way, and the vast majority of test takers underperform relative to their capacities. This book will help you study smarter, and study better.
This book includes information about
*the basic design of the LSAT
*the common study patterns of top scorers &
*the books, courses, and other study tools that are most popular with top students today
This book will not give you tips and tricks to magically raise your score, and it is not meant to serve as the primary focus of your study process. However, if you are serious about getting a top score, this book can play a critical and valuable role in helping you get off to a good start, and ultimately reach your potential.
If you own The LSAT Trainer, or plan on purchasing it, you do not need to purchase this book--it will be redundant. Also note that slightly altered versions of four of the chapters in this book (Introduction to the LSAT, Logical Reasoning, Logic Games, and Reading Comprehension) are available as free downloadable PDF's on the LSAT Trainer website. However, the PDF's do not have contain real sample LSAT questions; this primer contains 18 real LSAT questions.