Whereas other LSAT prep companies had been obsessed with telling me how to think, the interactive pencasts allowed me to look over the shoulder of someone who scores in the top of the 99th percentile on logic games. With that distinct privilege, I discovered, with a Eureka-like shock, a couple of incredibly simple, easy-to-apply best practices.Well, if you liked our explanations for the sample June 2007 and October 1997 PrepTests, you're going to love our interactive explanations for all the other logic games!
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Below is an example pencast from the June 2007 Sample PrepTest.