• LSAT IntelliPREP: Effective Preparatory Practices to ACE LSAT Test

  • By: Intelligent+
  • Narrated by: Dave Wright
  • Length: 3 hrs and 24 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (58 ratings)

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The LSAT is approved by the American Bar Association and uses three kinds of questions for measuring your skills viz. verbal reasoning, analytical thinking, and critical reading. Is the test really hard? Well, the easier the LSAT test is, the better your scores will be. In the case of LSAT, if you score 180, it is equivalent to getting 99.97 percent. However, in the LSAT, getting 89 correct answers is considered as a good score. It also indicates that LSAT is a tough test, generally speaking. LSAT is scored on a scale of 120 to 180, and the average score is 150. However, in case you are looking to get admitted into the top 25 law schools in the United States, you will have to score in excess of 160. There are around 101 questions in every test, and every query answered correctly means 1 point of the raw score.

LSAT is a harder test compared to GRE. If you say the LSAT is the Ferrari, then GRE is the Hyundai. The reason for this is that very few people get perfect scores in the LSAT even when you take into consideration the fact that fewer people take the LSAT compared to GRE. Below are some quick facts about law school admission and GRE:

  • You cannot take both GRE and LSAT and decide which score to submit.
  • The current rules of ABA state that law school applicants cannot be admitted into law schools without LSAT scores.
  • They need the GRE score in the excess of 85 or above apart from meeting other criteria.

Grab this audiobook and prepare yourself on getting a better scores!

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You will learn things you had no idea existed!

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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Without seeing what he was referring to.

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.

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Too Short. Voice stakes getting used too.

Too Short. Voice stakes getting used too. Would love for the author to dig deeper in examples.

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good LSAT book!

Very interesting book! Got it as a gift for my boyfriend who is studying for the LSAT, he fans through the book and reads a different section every night to get a little bit more insight into the test.

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Very Useful Information

Great book with a ton of unorthodox tips. A must-have for any self-study student. This book covered a lot of subject matter and was very useful. It had a lot of advice, much of which would be difficult to figure out on your own. The interviews in the back with LSAT experts were especially useful.

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worthwhile

These were helpful and insightful tips to have in my study arsenal. It was worth the price.

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best book

This topic is very interesting. I'm new to audio books. But I love listening books more then reading. The voice is also very clear and elegant. Great job

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All thats left is to take the test!

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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USEFUL BOOK

This has pretty good formatting for self-help. Definitely different, and definitely worth getting into. I cant say its something that would work for me, but I know theirs many it would probably help.

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GOOD

What a good start to have this book. It really opened my mind to new possibilities of being final free with this kind of tool.