New from one of Kaplan’s top LSAT instructors—focused strategies, all real LSAT questions, and targeted review to help students master the Reading Comprehension section of the LSAT! Future law school students know that LSAT scores counts for 50 percent of their admission package. With top law schools routinely accepting fewer than 15 percent of their applicants and competiNew from one of Kaplan’s top LSAT instructors—focused strategies, all real LSAT questions, and targeted review to help students master the Reading Comprehension section of the LSAT! Future law school students know that LSAT scores counts for 50 percent of their admission package. With top law schools routinely accepting fewer than 15 percent of their applicants and competition for limited places at law schools increasing, students know how important it is to get the highest score possible on the LSAT. Kaplan LSAT Reading Comprehension Strategies and Tactics is the new comprehensive study guide designed to prepare students for the Reading Comprehension section of the LSAT, through thorough invaluable analysis and detailed practice with only real LSAT questions. In Kaplan LSAT Reading Comprehension Strategies and Tactics, author Scott Emerson, one of Kaplan’s most sought-after LSAT instructors, clearly outlines the steps needed to approach the different types of reading comprehension questions a test taker would encounter on the actual LSAT, and offers engaging and effective strategies to help students master the exam and get into the law school of their choice.With Kaplan LSAT Reading Comprehension Strategies and Tactics, students will benefit from: Actual practice questions from the LSAT, for the most realistic practice and preparation Detailed answer explanations Proven score-raising strategies from an LSAT expert Kaplan LSAT Reading Comprehension Strategies and Tactics provides students with everything they need to improve their scores—guaranteed. Kaplan’s Higher Score guarantee provides security that no other test preparation guide on the market can match. Kaplan has helped more than three million students to prepare for standardized tests. We know that our test-taking techniques and strategies work and our materials are completely up-to-date. Kaplan LSAT Reading Comprehension Strategies and Tactics is the must-have preparation tool for every student looking to score higher! ...
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Kaplan LSAT Reading Comprehension Strategies and Tactics Reviews
The reading comprehension has been my hardest part on the test, where I believed I had to be a speed reader, underline or highlight the passages, and skim through the material to where I found myself even re-reading the material. I reviewed in the past after taking the first attempt of the LSAT, and this dreadful/fearful experience, to read book on speed reading and they encourage you not to "re-read" the passages and keep going forward. However, I was just reading words and not fully comprehending what was read. Therefore, I even read books further on comprehension or vocabulary since sometimes stumble on words that you are not familiar with. This was also encouraged at CLEO event for Law Students, continue to read and learn vocabulary for future testings/law school. Starting to read/review this book has been so helpful with the things I focused on in the past since taking the test to look at the big ideas, what is important which is not speed reading and to be able to identify and answer accurately. I will also take notes for future references and preparing for LSAT next year (hopefully). This test was so intimately and discouraged me for the past 2 years not to fully study and prepare but finding books that can assist with this matter. Also, speaking to other students who scored 160 or higher to see what methods helped them to test well. This test is not law related material but testing our reading, analytical, logical, and writing skills. Therefore, will find books to be successful in these 4 areas of the test.First reviewed: July 24, 2012 (only 50 pages)Second read: May 16, 2013 (before taking the LSAT in June).
Excellent book. Although I usually score well in the reading comp. section, I feel much more prepared for the tough questions chock full of confusing jargon. I feel prepared for all questions now. I just have to watch my time as I work each passage. Reading strategically and creating a detailed roadmap are a must.