Description - LSAT For Dummies by Amy Hackney Blackwell
The fun and easy way to maximize scores on the Law School Admissions Test Each year, more than 100,000 people take the LSAT, which is a prerequisite for admission to any accredited U.S. law school. This unintimidating guide is perfect for people who want to score their best on the LSAT and get in to the law school of their choice. It features two complete practice exams with answer explanations, guidance on playing logic games, and lots of savvy test--taking tips, including time--management strategies and special help with Logical Reasoning and Analytical Reasoning, the LSAT sections people fear most. Amy Hackney Blackwell (Greenville, SC), a former LSAT test--prep instructor at Kaplan, holds a law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law and practices in Greenville. She is currently writing a law dictionary
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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).