ThaBlackLord wrote:Can we try to figure the best books or/and program for each LSAT section?
Based on what I've heard so far:
- LR: Manhattan Prep
- LG: The LSAT Trainer
- RC: 7Sage
7sage is great for LG if you use their free youtube videos. If you pay for any of their courses though, they have great LR explanations. With that being said, although I love 7sage, I will admit I don't think their RC stuff is the best, at least for me it wasn't. But who knows, everyone is different and the memory method might work for you. RC is really different from LR and LG in that it is more of a person section as opposed to the mechanical nature of LR/LG. Figure out what works best for you, some people do no notations, and some mark up the whole page, and some do other stuff. I don't have many recommendations other than just trying to figure that out.
the LSAT trainer is better known for LR, and I've gone through a bit of it myself and thought it was good. I've never done anything with Manhattan prep besides using their free explanations on their website.
e: the trainer also has some good info on how to read for structure on RC that is always worth checking out, imo.