PowerScore, a leader in LSAT preparation, releases LSAT Game Type Training II, the ultimate resource in mastering the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) Analytical Reasoning Section.
Charleston, SC December 14, 2010 - Published by PowerScore, LSAT Game Type Training II joins the previous publication LSAT Game Type Training as part of a formidable lineup of best-selling PowerScore publications focused on teaching students how to obtain a competitive score on the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). The LSAT is a standardized examination administered by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC) for candidates seeking admission into law school. The Analytical Reasoning section, commonly called Logic Games, is considered the most difficult section for students taking the LSAT for the first time. The section contains four games or puzzles, followed by a series of five to eight questions designed to test the ability to make inferences which exist within the setup. In order to perform well on the LSAT, test-takers need to understand the types of games which frequently appear, properly diagram the rules, and make the correct inferences. LSAT Game Type Training II provides students with the additional practice they need in order to improve.
The 122-page book contains every logic game from LSAT Preptests® 21-40. Containing 80 different games, this book is an ideal training tool to increase an LSAT Logic Games score. By dividing the games by question type, students are also able to focus on specific points of weakness. Coupled with the techniques contained within the PowerScore LSAT Logic Games Bible and The LSAT Logic Games Bible Workbook, LSAT Game Type Training II provides students with the ultimate system to conquer Logic Games.