Law School Admission Council – information about the test
There are many LSAT/law school blogs out there, including Top-Law-Schools, Law School Expert, The LSAT Trainer, and Law School Discussion, and a few are dedicated to providing explanations to questions from previous LSATs–check out Manhattan LSAT, LSAT Hacks, and the 7sage videos on youtube.
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"… Once I learned that she wrote a book about critical thinking and reasoning (Critical Thinking: An Appeal to Reason, Routledge 2011) and that she was a previous writer for LSAC employed to write questions for the LSAT exams, I was intrigued. After speaking with her on the phone, I was sold. … Peg Tittle is a brilliant teacher. Please consider her before purchasing any of the crash courses. After just a couple months of intensive work with Peg, I scored a 169 on my first practice test..."[more]" Pete Baldwin, President, Platinum Realty Network, Law School Candidate
"Hearing Peg think out loud is priceless!" [more]" C.L., LSAT tutee
"Initially, I was wary of hiring someone with whom I would be communicating only by phone, but my initial call with Peg was so excellent I hired her on the spot and only wish that I had done so sooner. The program that Peg takes her students through is exceptional: she breaks down the sections and progresses at a pace that is practical, her approach is customized to her students, and she had specific methods to improve my weaknesses. I would not have improved as substantially as I did without Peg's help." E. G.
"I began tutoring sessions with Peg in early August, after having done a little preparation myself (I was getting scores in the high 140s and low 150s, and was struggling to improve). Her approach to LSAT tutoring, from the early stages to the week of the test, was incredibly effective and manageable. [more] After working through my weaknesses and implementing her plan for stamina-building and taking full, 5-section timed tests, I went very calmly into the LSAT and walked away with my target score of 167: a whole 20 points higher than when I was studying independently! I would recommend her to anyone preparing for the LSAT." Jaime M., legally-blonde-wannabe
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"I received tutoring from Peg for several months and the effect was outstanding... [more] With Peg's help, I was able to improve my score by more than 15 points and gain admission to the University of Pennsylvania Law School..." K. P., LSAT Tutee, U of Penn Law School
"Peg is a fabulous tutor. Patient, animated, and very thorough, phone tutoring sessions with Peg were extremely helpful in preparing for the LSAT. ... She was always willing to answer all of my questions, and took time to ensure that I really understood the whole of the question… Without a doubt, I came a long way with Peg, and I am really thankful...[more]" Maddie P., LSAT tutee
"No gimmicks or '10 steps to LSAT success' here, just good, solid guidance from a very experienced and effective LSAT tutor... [more] With Peg, you are actually learning about logic, not just trying to find a way to hack through the test. This made the tutoring sessions much more interesting, and helped me to remember what I learned through understanding, not just by rote." Daniel G., LSAT Tutee, Melbourne, Australia
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"I’m really grateful that I found your book. It is an invaluable resource. I have read other books about logic in my attempt to master the LSAT, so I have a frame of reference when comparing your book to others. Your book and the LSAT fit like a key and lock; the concepts and logic discussed are so perfectly matched to my needs for understanding the LSAT. I find the logic can be challenging, but your book is written in manner that is very accessible; it’s entertaining and informative. Like the SuperPrep explanations, this book is 'straight from the horse's mouth' so to speak." Catia L., student
"Critical Thinking: An Appeal to Reason gives students an extremely clear explanation for difficult logical arguments. This book is significantly easier to understand than other logic books I have read in the past." Josh D., student
“As a student who has previously taken a critical thinking course using another textbook, I found this particular textbook extremely helpful and easy to understand. The way it breaks down how to recognize and understand an argument allows any reader to comprehend what the book is explaining.” Brittany F., student