The LSAT Logic Games aren't as hard as you think they are. Really. Nathan Fox will show you how to make that statement a reality with his new DVD, Playing the LSAT. Drawing on the strategies taught in his instructional LSAT prep books, Cheating the LSAT and Breaking the LSAT, this video contains 4 hours of Nathan teaching you how to tackle the Analytical Reasoning portion of the LSAT—otherwise known as Logic Games. This DVD was recorded in a real classroom setting, as Nathan demystifies all 12 logic games from the 2011 LSATs in his down-to-earth, often irreverent style. If you can’t find a solid LSAT prep class near you—or if you just want a little more time to study the most teachable portion of the LSAT—this DVD has exactly what you’re looking for.
Watch the authentic process of an LSAT expert as Nathan Fox attacks the games in front of a live LSAT class
See Nathan's full setups and inferences for every logic game from every 2011 released LSAT (12 games total)
Get candid, step-by-step explanations for every question from every game
So grab a pencil, fire up this DVD, and get it on. Note: This DVD does not contain the PrepTests themselves. PrepTests 63, 64, and 65 are available through Amazon or LSAC.com
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