Logical Reasoning contributes to 50% of your LSAT score, so it’s little wonder that these sections receive (and deserve) a lot of attention. For most people that means working through our hugely-popular LSAT Logical Reasoning Bible. But many students want even more, and that often leads to the purchase of our Logical Reasoning Tranining Type books and our Logical Reasoning Bible Workbook. But how exactly do these books differ, and which one is better for you? In this LSAT Forum Post of the Day, PowerScore Senior Developer Jon Denning shares his thoughts on these two publications and gives some advice to help you choose!
Here’s a quick preview. Make sure to check out the full thread to read the entire explanation Jon provided to this student:
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