LSAT Necessary

  • by Aram Shah
  • Narrated by Christopher Grove
  • 5 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Learn from this proven how-to guide to gain points on the LSAT - quick! It's simple, concise, and teaches you the fundamentals on how to think before stepping into a test prep course or taking the LSAT. It's the ultimate primer: it's necessary.
This step-by-step guide will teach you how to:
1. Think logically with easy-to-follow critical-thinking scripts.
2. Spot argument patterns to predict answers quickly.
3. Master sufficient and necessary conditions.
4. Solve for assumptions easily.
5. Make inferences fast.
6. Make bullet-proof sketches to crush logic games.
7. Learn to "not read" properly in reading comp to bag points faster.
8. Strategically skip questions to increase your LSAT score.
Written by a natural non-logical thinker and business entrepreneur who battled this beast and got into his top choice law schools. Listen to this before taking a prep course or finding a tutor. It will cut your learning time in half.
Caution: If you're scoring above a 150, then this book is not for you!
Now is the best time to apply to law school: applications are down, and schools want you. Let LSAT Necessary be your first step to success.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Nailed it! Rule of 15 was Money!

Would you listen to LSAT Necessary again? Why?

Most other LSAT books are "buy my one-on-one program/seminar, bla bla" but this book delivers more for so much a fraction of the price. I wish it had actual practice problems but it makes sense not to as you want to use actual LSAC practice problems anyways.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Thinking Scripts in the Appendix was Clutch

What about Christopher Grove’s performance did you like?

Straight to point, no BS, nothing but hard core strategy

What insight do you think you’ll apply from LSAT Necessary?

The Logical Reasoning Patterns were Fantastic in this book. Shah helps you see them so easily. You need to practice them on a live prep test however.

Any additional comments?

Great listen, wasn't boring, and author weaved in practical stories such as his business experience to show how LSAT is a business and how to master the game.

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- Celestia

Practical Test Prep-Best Advice

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

The audio version of this book is great. I use it when I'm in the city and during rush hour. Much of this test is psycholoical and the author helps blend in what and how to think with specific strategy.

What was one of the most memorable moments of LSAT Necessary?

I finally understood inference problems (Must be True) vs. (CBT/CBF problems). The author made it extremely easy to understand and I never forgot it.

Which scene was your favorite?

The Scripts and Patterns on Inference problems.

What’s an idea from the book that you will remember?

Honestly loved it and I rarely say that. Price of the book should be tripple.

Any additional comments?

LSAT is hard, hard work. It rquires discipline as the LSAT naturally wants to weed you out. Don't let it. Author gives you exactly what you need to beat this test but it starts with the proper mindset. Author journey is remarkable. Follow his advice.

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- Finbar

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-15-2016
  • Publisher: 99 pages or less publishing llc