THE PRINCETON REVIEW GETS RESULTS. Get all the prep you need to ace the LSAT with 6 full-length practice tests, a DVD with expert tutorials, thorough LSAT content breakdowns, a bonus "LSAT Insider" guide to law school, and extra practice online.
Inside the Book: All the Practice & Strategies You Need · 2 full-length practice tests with detailed answer explanations · DVD featuring video tutorials and advice from leading course instructors · Expert content reviews for all LSAT sections · Drills for each area—Arguments, Logic Games, Reading Comprehension, and Writing · Key strategies for tackling tough Games question sets · Special bonus section packed with information about the admissions landscape, legal job market, law school rankings and ratings, and more
Exclusive Access to More Practice and Resources Online · 4 additional full-length practice exams · Instant score reports for both book & online tests · Full answer explanations, plus free performance analysis · Step-by-step problem-solving guides for difficult Games and Arguments problems · Video tutorials showing you our strategies in action · Extra drills to hone your technique · Bonus resources, including law school profiles and ranking lists
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Cracking the LSAT with 6 Practice Tests & DVD, 2014 Edition by The Princeton Review