The LSAT isn't as hard as you think it is. Really.
With Exposing the LSAT, Nathan Fox shows you how to make that statement a reality. In his down-to-earth, often irreverent style, he walks you through an actual LSAT, demystifying the confusing world of logic games, reading comprehension, and logical reasoning.
Don’t waste time studying old or made-up questions. Nathan calmly and clearly walks you through the actual June 2011 LSAT, breaking down the methods that help you see through the BS and nail every single question on the test, with approaches that carry through when you finally sit down for the big day.
If you’re looking for a little boost on the logic games, you will find exactly what you need here: Nathan walks you through the games, and diagrams them step-by-step so you can see how each rule and revelation affects the outcome.
By using the strategies that have garnered rave reviews from his students in San Francisco and from readers of the Fox Test Prep Guide to a Real LSAT series, Nathan will show you how to save time on the LSAT so you can focus your energy on the truly challenging questions.
No nonsense. No made-up, trademarked buzzwords. No confusing jargon. And best of all, no pulled punches. Plus, you’ll also find out how to contact Nathan personally and ask him questions directly.
So grab a pencil and pop this book open. Let’s get it on.
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This is my third book, published in 2012. I only wrote the first two books ("Cheating the LSAT" and "Breaking the LSAT") to use in my classes, but they've been so successful that I've kept writing. This book is another walkthrough of an entire Official LSAT, this time the June 2011 test. The best way to improve on the LSAT is to try, and fail, and learn from your mistakes. That's the purpose of this book. You'll start by attempting the June 2011 test yourself, and then you'll read my explanations for every single question. Along the way, you'll learn basic and advanced LSAT concepts that you'll be able to apply on test day.
"Cheating..." "Breaking..." and "Exposing the LSAT" all follow the same formula. I recommend starting with whichever one happens to be on sale!
See what readers are saying about Breaking the LSAT, Nathan's second book:
"Take it from an experienced NYC LSAT tutor--this is by far the best set of LSAT explanations on the market." --Larkin R
"I found the other books that I purchased to be very dry and really more confusing than helpful. Nathan Fox's book is very straightforward, funny, and makes the test seem less scary." --Kitty T
"Nathan's rationalization for each answer is very funny and persuasive, and his explanations give me lots of 'aha!' moments, which inspire me to study harder." --Reiko F
"Like having a portable tutor." --Nikki G
"This is without a doubt the funniest prep book I've ever read, but don't be fooled by the style. The strategies, habits, and processes that Nathan models are quite effective." --Justin S
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Book Description Avocado Books, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0983850526
Book Description Avocado Books, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110983850526