d0rklord wrote:Manhattan LSAT Noah wrote:Someone suggested any additional comments about the difference between the books go here. I actually have not read the PS books, so I can't remark on them (and it'd be a bit of a stretch to say I'm unbiased anyway), but I will say that the about-to-be-released 3rd edition LG guide addresses some of the issues raised in the post above about our book not having a lot of drills. The book is bulking up to 600+ pages, with some extra drills online, so, I'll be interested to hear how folks react when they see it.
If you purchased our LG book recently, be sure to hold on to your receipt (if you didn't get it through our site), as the office usually allows folks that purchased within a couple of months to get a replacement.
I'm making my way through the 3rd edition LG book and I must say...
i REALLY REALLY appreciate the time spent on those PESKY ASS substitution questions! They used to seriously piss me off but now I at least get how to tackle them instead of just blindly using brute force!
I'm glad that section was helpful. For the record, I am not the only author -- Mike actually wrote that, and I was really blown away by his analysis there. There's an even more detailed version of that on our site for a free in case anyone is interested. Look in our LSAT resources section and you'll see the white paper if you scroll down.