• LSAT Audio Study Guide!

  • Ultimate Test Prep for the LSAT Exam: Complete Review & Vocabulary Edition!
  • By: Dennis Reed
  • Narrated by: Marianne Walsh
  • Length: 5 hrs and 19 mins
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars (25 ratings)

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By: Dennis Reed
Narrated by: Marianne Walsh
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If you want to pass the LSAT test, but don’t have a lot of time for studying keep reading....

You are no doubt a busy student with a lot of things going on! It can be challenging to find the time to read your textbook in preparation for the LSAT exam. However, the truth is that the LSAT exam is a challenging test. Thorough preparation cannot be overlooked therefore. That is why the author Dennis Reed developed the LSAT Audio Study Guide!

This edition is a complete review edition. It reviews all essential concepts found on the exam, from all categories of the test. Listen to it while at the gym or stuck in traffic! Its sections include:

  • Introduction
  • A brief history of the LSAT exam
  • Reading comprehension
  • Logical reasoning
  • Analytical reasoning
  • Writing samples
  • Logical reasoning argumentation on the LSAT 
  • Formal logic and reasoning 
  • Logical reasoning tests reasoning ability
  • Conditional logic 101
  • Making inferences
  • Independence of questions
  • Finding and explaining flaws in an argument
  • Much, much more!  

Each section is divided into further subsections, making sure all aspects of the exam are covered! If you listen to our study guide, and take the time to really understand the concepts, we are confident you will pass the LSAT Exam, and be on your way to a new legal career! 

So go ahead and scroll up and click buy today! 

Comes with free PDF guide that includes all content in text format delivered straight to your library after purchase!

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2019 Dennis Reed (P)2019 Dennis Reed

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Useless without the paper book.

This audiobook does not provide any groundbreaking tips. most of it is common sense things like set time "aside to study" or "enroll in a prep course."
Humorously, one of the tips given is to not waste your time reading vocabulary lists because the test will give you everything you need to know in context of the prompt. Shortly after that "tip" the book spends 2 hours reading vocabulary words to you and telling you their meaning.
This audiobook is useless without the printed text. numerous times it tells you to look "below" or turn to page XX.
Annoyingly, the voice artist says L-S-A-T throughout the entire book, instead of the common name L-SAT. Then the voice pronounces abbreviated words as their abbreviation, not the entire word. (e.g. "esp." instead of "especially")
There are numerous passages in the audiobook that are repeated, the same information but slightly varied. it almost sounds like one of them was forgotten to be edited out.

Perhaps this audiobook is worthwhile as a companion to the text, but based on what I heard, the text is not going to be particularly valuable either.

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Not a fan of the narrator's voice

I had a difficult time attempting to concentrate on study material because of the narrator's voice.

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Not a study guide

This entire book covers common sense surrounding taking the test. The advice given is things like get plenty of sleep, don't forget your ticket for admission, read the writing prompts thoroughly. It also mentions what months the test is commonly taken and useless facts like that. I expected so much more. I think anyone looking for an LSAT book or guide is seeking actual study methods and examples of the content of the test. Instead, this is like a long FAQ of the little administrative things outside of the test rather than providing insight into the actual test.

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I am most impressed

I am most impressed that not only do they have practice questions and answers, but they highlight ways to answer questions even when your not 100% sure what the answer is. All thats left is to take the test!

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You will learn things you had no idea existed!

You will learn things you had no idea existed! The material is so well organized, that one could hardly do a better job by oneself.

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Good introduction to the LSAT

This audio book goes over the different sections you will be faced with on the LSAT. It also goes over different problems. Although you are unable to see it on paper (since you are listening to it) it does help provide a mental picture and assists in getting you prepped. I've listened to this audio book 2 times and I don't feel so intimidated. I would recommend it for the convenience and the price.

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good for beginners

very good book for someone with no knowledge of the last. i would recommend taking written notes as he goes over topics. this will help your visualization of the topics as they are discussed.

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Great study guide!

Great study guide! My daughter is using this book to study! She states that it has made her well prepared to take the LSAT in the next few months.

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This book contains great information

This book contains great information however there is about half of the book where it would have been useful to have a pdf download that one can follow along. It talks about graphs and ways to formulate the questions on paper which was hard to follow along, without seeing what he was referring to.