Description - LSAT For Dummies by Amy Hackney Blackwell
If you want to be a lawyer, you have to go to law school. And if you want to go to law school, you have to take the LSAT, the standardized test required for all applicants. Though the LSAT is not the most difficult test in the world, it's also not a walk in the park. "LSAT For Dummies" is the ultimate LSAT study guide that shows you how to approach it, tame it, and make it one of the best credentials on your application.Written in a straightforward, down-to-earth format, this hands-on guide will give you the skills and confidence you need to succeed. You'll gain the vital tools you need to: understand the reasoning behind analytical reasoning; get a handle on logical reasoning; discover the patterns of reasoning questions; work your way out of answer discrepancies; read and understand reading comprehension; flaunt your talent in the writing section; figure out what admissions officers are really looking for; and, plan you LSAT test-taking tactics. Featured in this must-have guide are plenty of sample problems and solutions for you to take practice swings at, along with two real, full-length LSAT exams.
It also provides tried-and-true test-taking tips, common myths about the LSAT, and profiles of the different kinds of law you can practice. With "LSAT For Dummies", you'll find the fun and easy way to score your best and get into the law school of your choice!
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(276mm x 208mm x 25mm)
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Author Biography - Amy Hackney Blackwell
Amy Hackney Blackwell is an attorney and writer. She holds a JD from the University of Virginia School of Law, an MA in history from Vanderbilt University, and an AB from Duke University. Her past occupations include various teaching jobs - LSAT test-prep, paralegal training, and two years of teaching English in Japan on the JET Program; several years as a researcher in the UVA Law Library; and a stint as a theatrical technician and lighting designer. Oh, yes, and she is a member of the South Carolina Bar and worked as a lawyer for several years, but doesn't do that now. Her writing credits include Mythology For Dummies (written with her husband, Christopher W. Blackwell, and published by the folks bringing you this volume), The Everything Book of Irish History and Heritage (Adams Media, 2004), and The Essential Dictionary of Law (Barnes & Noble Books, 2004).