PLAYING THE LSAT:
The Fox Test Prep Guide to the Logic Games, Volume 1
Region: All Regions
Number of discs: 1
DVD Release Date: May 29, 2012
Run Time: 238 minutes
The LSAT Logic Games aren't as hard as you think they are. Really.
Nathan Fox will show you how to make that statement a reality with his new DVD, Playing the LSAT. Drawing on the strategies taught in his instructional LSAT prep books, Cheating the LSAT and Breaking the LSAT, this video contains 4 hours of Nathan teaching you how to tackle the Analytical Reasoning portion of the LSAT—otherwise known as Logic Games.
This DVD was recorded in a real classroom setting, as Nathan demystifies all 12 logic games from the 2011 LSATs in his down-to-earth, often irreverent style. If you can't find a solid LSAT prep class near you—or if you just want a little more time to study the most teachable portion of the LSAT—this DVD has exactly what you're looking for.
- Watch the authentic process of an LSAT expert as Nathan Fox attacks the games in front of a live LSAT class
- See Nathan's full setups and inferences for every logic game from every 2011 released LSAT (12 games total)
- Get candid, step-by-step explanations for every question from every game
So grab a pencil, fire up this DVD, and get it on.
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Note: This DVD does not contain the PrepTests themselves. PrepTests 63, 64, and 65 are available through Amazon or LSAC.com
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