Are you looking to dominate the LSAT and land a spot at your dream law school? Let's LSAT! is a valuable collection of 180 tips from 180 top-scoring LSAT students from across the nation! These unique tips, tricks, and techniques, many of which have never been published before, can help you get an insider look at how the test works and give you an incredible advantage. Just a few samples of what you will learn in this book:
Let's LSAT! is a perfect supplement for any LSAT material you are already using. It is a must-listen for anybody serious about improving their LSAT score.
Competition for attendance at the top law schools is fierce; you need the best LSAT score you can get. Now you can learn from the best and the brightest - we've collected tips from students who scored in the 99th percentile for a first ever collection of 180 tips to guide you to LSAT success!
So let's get started! It's time to knuckle down and let this study guide take your LSAT scores to the next level!
©2014 Jacob Erez (P)2014 Jacob Erez
I listened to this audiobook on my IPhone while taking the subway or walking to work. The tips are short and concise, so you can stop at any point and later pick right back up.
The tips are extremely helpful.
It made me realize that you can break the LSAT down into small little chunks, and that makes the whole process so much easier.
Wonderful and important companion to any study guide. Highly recommended.
I used this audiobook as a supplement (I used the Manhattan LSAT books) when I was studying for the LSAT I purposely waited to write this review after I get my LSAT score back. I got a 177! I used the study guides as the meat and potatoes of my studying, this book as an "easy" listen (and read) in my car, as well as the unorthodox LSAT reading comprehension course. All of that added up to my score, which I am obvioulsy happy about. Since this review is about this book, a little bit about what I specifically liked about it. For one, you hear a variety of different perspectives, with some of them clicking extremly well. Second, there are tips about how to study, and how to deal with test anxiety. Third, in a quick two hours you can review almost every aspect of the test (I cummuted to work an hour each way) and that was very helpful. Good luck to the next generation of test takers!
Let’s LSAT is packed with lots of helpful tips for scoring high on the LSAT exam. I'm a tutor and many of my students found tons of useful techniques and felt a big advantage taking the test because of this tool. It helped with their logic and problem solving skills. The LSAT can be a really stressful time for students and Let’s LSAT gives them an extra layer of confidence that got them to the finish line.
This is a super helpful audiobook that I used as a supplement for my LSAT studying. Lots of extremely helpful tips presented in a clear and concise manner. Highly recommended.
I first read this audiobook on my Kindle, and then I downloaded it here to listen on my iPad while walking in the morning. The tips helped me with my LSAT success.
Let's Lsat is much more than tips. It is easy to remember bit of information that are applicable and super helpful. I've read some other general tips books on the LSAT but they don't offer nearly as much diversified info and ideas that you really won't find anywhere else.
This little audiobook has helped me gain confidence in my LSAT studying. There are a lot (180 to be exact) brilliant tips and techniques here. A must read (or listen) for any LSAT student.
Not a replacement for a study course ( as the author points out) but very useful. All the little things the night not come up in a formal course but from informal conversations with your friends who took the LSAT - except these friends all scored in the 99th percentile!
When I listened to this the first time I honestly didn't think it was terribly useful. BUT, after I studied the material for 2 months, and understood more about logic games, logic reasoning, and reading comprehension, these tips suddenly made so much sense to me. And because I listened to them, I was able to store the information in a different way from when I read then, giving me more recall than I started out with. Amazing, really.
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