Special Offer for the Upcoming December 8 Test!
We wanted to do something special for students preparing for the December 8, 2008 LSAT. So we’ve reduced the price of our LSAT eBook from $50 to $10.
Yes, you read that right. It’s normally $50 but now it is $10. Go to our LSAT eBook page to learn more, because at $10, everyone can afford the proven method for acing the LSAT test.
We can’t afford to make that a permanent offer, so we’re incenting students with initiative to score high on the LSAT test. This is a limited time offer, so download the LSAT eBook today before we change our minds.
If the following points interest you, then $10 is too good of a deal to pass up:
Huge value — 17 years of TestSherpa experience jammed into over 200 pages
The fastest way to get to a score of 165+
Simple tricks anyone can use to gain and extra 1-2 minutes in each section
What is a conclusion? An assumption? An Inference? You’ll rack up the points with some simple guidelines.
Intimidated by the Analytical Reasoning (games) section? There are more than 45 pages packed with tips for handling games and puzzles.
Learn how to avoid the top five sneaky wrong-answer choices the LSAT uses to trap you into missed points. WARNING: You are guaranteed to lose points if you do not read this section.
Learn 22 types of common logical fallacies to get easy points on the test that no one else understands.
Learn the secret techniques for logical reasoning that you’d normally only find in a masters level linguistics course — techniques the LSAT testmakers don’t want you to know.
Avoid the top 18 essay writing mistakes that will get your application rejected — your English teachers never warned you about these critical, career-ending errors.
If you’re not using the TestSherpa method for Reading Comprehension you’ll never have time to finish the section with a high score.
Why do all of the reading habits that made you successful in college actually lower your score on the LSAT? How can you unlearn these habits in time for test day?
Learn a test for arguments and game rules that you can apply in two seconds that is worth 10-20 “gimme” points on test day?
Do you know the difference between sequencing, grouping, matching and other types of games? You will after reading the TestSherpa LSAT eBook.
How can you make sure your written essay isn’t used against you in the admissions process even if you have a top score on the test?
Check out our LSAT eBook page today before the price goes back up.