Lsat Logic Games Bible Workbook

Author: David M. Killoran
Editor: Powerscore LSAT Bible
ISBN: 9780991299218
Size: 18,26 MB
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The PowerScore LSAT Logic Games Workbook™ is the ideal companion to the PowerScore Logic Games Bible™, providing an array of tools to help you master LSAT games. First, the book presents multiple drills to reinforce the concepts and approaches learned in the Logic Games Bible, developing your ability to quickly recognize and understand various game rules, situations, and concepts. Next, the Workbook challenges you with a variety of real LSAT Logic Games, including a discussion of the optimal setup for each game, with every rule and important logical inference discussed and diagrammed, and all of the questions answered and explained. (note: to avoid any redundancy, none of the games or drills in this book overlap with any of those that appear in the Logic Games Bible)

Lsat Logic Games Bible

Author: David M. Killoran
Editor: POWERSCORE TEST PREPARATION
ISBN: 9780988758667
Size: 11,24 MB
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A study guide to the analytical reasoning section of the LSAT offers test-taking strategies, practice drills, and thirty logic games with analysis.

Powerscore Lsat Game Type Training Ii Lsat Preptests 21 Through 40

Author: David M. Killoran
Editor:
ISBN: 9780982661802
Size: 17,48 MB
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LSAT Game Type Training II provides you with the complete text of every LSAT Logic Game from LSAT PrepTests 21 through 40, sorted according to the games classification system used in the PowerScore LSAT Logic Games Bible. Containing 80 different games, this book is an ideal training tool to increase your LSAT Logic Games score.

Lsat Logic Games Setups Encyclopedia

Author: David M. Killoran
Editor: Powerscore Pub
ISBN: 9780982661857
Size: 14,91 MB
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The PowerScore LSAT Logic Games Setups Encyclopedia Volume I provides extensive discussions of each and every game from LSAT PrepTests 1 20, including complete game setups and detailed analyses of the rules and inferences for each game. Every single question is clearly explained by the author of the renowned PowerScore LSAT Logic Games Bible, using PowerScore's patented techniques, strategies, and overall approach to the Logic Games section. With expansive discussions of 20 full game sections, and 80 logic games, the 340-page Setups Encyclopedia provides the most complete and effective solutions available.

Lsat Logical Reasoning Bible

Author: David M. Killoran
Editor: Powerscore Pub
ISBN: 9780991299225
Size: 18,88 MB
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This 3 volume set provide a complete and cohesive system for attacking the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). Each volume contains a variety of drills, explanations and practice exercises.

Lsat Reading Comprehension Bible

Author: David M. Killoran
Editor: Powerscore Pub
ISBN: 9780991299232
Size: 20,69 MB
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This 3 volume set provide a complete and cohesive system for attacking the Law School Admission Test (LSAT). Each volume contains a variety of drills, explanations and practice exercises.

101 Ways To Score Higher On Your Lsat

Author: Linda C. Ashar
Editor: Atlantic Publishing Company
ISBN: 1601382537
Size: 16,47 MB
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Learn how to improve your LSAT score so that you are accepted to the law school of your choice. The average LSAT score is 150, with over half of the test takers scoring between 145 and 160.

Lawyer Boy

Author: Rick Lax
Editor: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 9781429969666
Size: 10,92 MB
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After college, Rick Lax moved back into his parents' house. The closest thing he had to a job was eating his parents' food, sitting on his parents' couch, and watching The Price is Right. An amateur magician, he spent the rest of his time practicing card tricks and rope tricks. And though he could tie four different slipknots, the necktie posed some difficulties. Rick's father, a successful Michigan attorney, told Rick it was time to move out and enter the real world. Rick certainly wasn't going to get a job, so he went to law school instead. This is the story of Rick's journey from childhood to lawyerhood. In Lawyer Boy, Rick uses the skills he developed as a magician to succeed in class, and learns how to become a lawyer without becoming his father. His journey through law school was exhausting, exciting, and infuriating, and, the way he tells it, so funny it's criminal.

Logic As A Liberal Art

Author: R. E. Houser
Editor: Catholic University of America Press
ISBN: 0813232341
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In the twenty-first century there are two ways to study logic. The more recent approach is symbolic logic. The history of teaching logic since World War II, however, casts doubt on the idea that symbolic logic is best for a first logic course. Logic as a Liberal Art is designed as part of a minority approach, teaching logic in the "verbal" way, in the student's "natural" language, the approach invented by Aristotle. On utilitarian grounds alone, this "verbal" approach is superior for a first course in logic, for the whole range of students. For millennia, this "verbal" approach to logic was taught in conjunction with grammar and rhetoric, christened the trivium. The decline in teaching grammar and rhetoric in American secondary schools has led Dr. Rollen Edward Houser to develop this book. The first part treats grammar, rhetoric, and the essential nature of logic. Those teachers who look down upon rhetoric are free, of course, to skip those lessons. The treatment of logic itself follows Aristotle's division of the three acts of the mind (Prior Analytics 1.1). Formal logic is then taken up in Aristotle's order, with Parts on the logic of Terms, Propositions, and Arguments. The emphasis in Logic as a Liberal Art is on learning logic through doing problems. Consequently, there are more problems in each lesson than would be found, for example, in many textbooks. In addition, a special effort has been made to have easy, medium, and difficult problems in each Problem Set. In this way the problem sets are designed to offer a challenge to all students, from those most in need of a logic course to the very best students.

The A To Z Of Logic

Author: Harry J. Gensler
Editor: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 1461731828
Size: 10,93 MB
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The A to Z of Logic introduces the central concepts of the field in a series of brief, non-technical, cross-referenced dictionary entries. The 352 alphabetically arranged entries give a clear, basic introduction to a very broad range of logical topics. Entries can be found on deductive systems, such as propositional logic, modal logic, deontic logic, temporal logic, set theory, many-valued logic, mereology, and paraconsistent logic. Similarly, there are entries on topics relating to those previously mentioned such as negation, conditionals, truth tables, and proofs. Historical periods and figures are also covered, including ancient logic, medieval logic, Buddhist logic, Aristotle, Ockham, Boole, Frege, Russell, Gödel, and Quine. There are even entries relating logic to other areas and topics, like biology, computers, ethics, gender, God, psychology, metaphysics, abstract entities, algorithms, the ad hominem fallacy, inductive logic, informal logic, the liar paradox, metalogic, philosophy of logic, and software for learning logic. In addition to the dictionary, there is a substantial chronology listing the main events in the history of logic, an introduction that sketches the central ideas of logic and how it has evolved into what it is today, and an extensive bibliography of related readings. This book is not only useful for specialists but also understandable to students and other beginners in the field.