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PowerScore's LSAT Game Type Training
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The PowerScore LSAT Game Type Training provides you with the complete text of every LSAT Logic Game from LSAT PrepTests 1 through 20. Containing 80 different games, including hard-to-find games from the early PrepTests, this book is an ideal training tool to increase your LSAT Logic Games score. The games are arranged in groups according to the games classification system used in the renowned PowerScore LSAT Logic Games Bible and are presented in the same order for easy cross-reference (for example, Grouping Games are covered in Chapter Four of this book and in Chapter Four of the Logic Games Bible).

Grouping the games by classification provides practice with specific types of games, allowing particular focus on the game types you find most challenging. By examining games with certain basic similarities, you can analyze the features of each game type in order to better understand how games are constructed, how they can be most easily recognized, and how they can best be solved. This is especially the case if you have already read The PowerScore LSAT Logic Games Bible. Alternatively, for more general practice with games of all types, you can use the appendix in the back of the book and do complete game sections from individual tests.

The 80 games in this book are an ideal supplement to the LSAT Logic Games Bible and LSAT Logic Games Bible Workbook. However, even if you have not read these publications, this book provides an excellent practice resource, allowing you to develop your familiarity with various game types and with the Logic Games section in general.

At the end of the book a complete answer key is provided. Due to space limitations in the books, explanations are posted on our free LSAT Discussion Forum, where you can also ask questions about strategy, methods, individual problems, study routines, etc..

Table of Contents

  • Chapter One: Introduction
  • Chapter Two: Basic Linear Games
  • Chapter Three: Advanced Linear Games
  • Chapter Four: Grouping Games
  • Chapter Five: Grouping/Linear Combination Games
  • Chapter Six: Pure Sequencing Games
  • Chapter Seven: The Forgotten Few
  • Chapter Eight: Advanced Features and Techniques
  • Answer Key
  • Appendix

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By Lauren C

"...it's great because if your having problems with a particular kind of game like "grouping" then you can focus on that chapter and do a bunch of grouping games to get more practice!"

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Author David Killoran

About the Author

Dave Killoran, a graduate of Duke University, is an expert in test preparation with over 20 years of teaching experience and a 99th percentile score on a LSAC-administered LSAT. In addition to having written PowerScore's legendary LSAT Bible Series, and many other popular publications, Dave has overseen the preparation of thousands of students and founded two national LSAT preparation companies.