- 180 Tips from 180 Students on How to Score 180 on Your LSAT
- Narrated by: Don Kline
- Length: 2 hrs and 43 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 08-06-14
- Language: English
- Publisher: Jacob Erez
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An amazing technique to improve your natural comprehension
How to master logic games like a pro
What your favorite movies can teach you about main point questions (it's not what you think)
Where and when to study - yes, it matters!
Let's LSAT! is a perfect supplement for any LSAT material you are already using. It is a must-listen for anybody serious about improving their LSAT score.
Competition for attendance at the top law schools is fierce; you need the best LSAT score you can get. Now you can learn from the best and the brightest - we've collected tips from students who scored in the 99th percentile for a first ever collection of 180 tips to guide you to LSAT success!
So let's get started! It's time to knuckle down and let this study guide take your LSAT scores to the next level!
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Mike on 11-29-14
VERY Helpful little audibook
What made the experience of listening to Let's LSAT the most enjoyable?
I listened to this audiobook on my IPhone while taking the subway or walking to work. The tips are short and concise, so you can stop at any point and later pick right back up.
The tips are extremely helpful.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
It made me realize that you can break the LSAT down into small little chunks, and that makes the whole process so much easier.
Any additional comments?
Wonderful and important companion to any study guide. Highly recommended.
13 of 13 people found this review helpful
By kinal on 12-05-14
Would you consider the audio edition of Let's LSAT to be better than the print version?
I used this audiobook as a supplement (I used the Manhattan LSAT books) when I was studying for the LSAT I purposely waited to write this review after I get my LSAT score back. I got a 177! I used the study guides as the meat and potatoes of my studying, this book as an "easy" listen (and read) in my car, as well as the unorthodox LSAT reading comprehension course. All of that added up to my score, which I am obvioulsy happy about. Since this review is about this book, a little bit about what I specifically liked about it. For one, you hear a variety of different perspectives, with some of them clicking extremly well. Second, there are tips about how to study, and how to deal with test anxiety. Third, in a quick two hours you can review almost every aspect of the test (I cummuted to work an hour each way) and that was very helpful. Good luck to the next generation of test takers!
12 of 12 people found this review helpful