Skip to main content

Student
Comments

The Logical Reasoning Bible helped me have the 'epiphany' I needed to conquer those sections of the LSAT, which ultimately enabled me to feel relaxed on test day. I recommend this book to EVERYONE who is preparing for the LSAT.
Cammi Kelleher
I took (another company's) entire LSAT prep-course yet I found the PowerScore Logical Reasoning Bible and Logic Games Bible to be more helpful to my score than the whole class.
Sam Ritchie
My understanding of how to attack the different types of LSAT questions, from logical reasoning to logic games, has been hightened by the use of PowerScore's LSAT publications. I feel more confident than ever after studying with the study aids offered by PowerScore.
Taylor McLawhorn
I have read the PowerScore LSAT Logical Reasoning and Logic Games books and they are awesome. They really changed how I viewed the test and made it seem much more possible to be very successful on the day of the test. I will highly recommend your material to future LSAT takers. I read many books on the LSAT from a number of publishers and yours were truly the most effective in test preparation. Your books helped bring me from the 150's to the 170's. Thanks.
Charles P. Autry
If you really want at least 160 or above on the exam, I strongly recommend the LSAT Logical Reasoning Bible along with the Logic Games Bible.
Michael Blair
Two weeks before the LSAT I was freaking out because my score was not improving, especially in the Logical Reasoning section of the LSAT. I was taking a test prep class at the time (Princeton Review), but I still did not grasp a test taking strategy for the LSAT. One week after I completed the PowerScore LSAT Logical Reasoning Bible, my score went up 5 points! The concepts taught in the book even helped me improve in the Reading Comprehension section. When I finally took the LSAT, my score went up 8 points from what I started with two weeks before. Thanks PowerScore! Now I can pick the law school I want to go to.
Andy Mielnik
I looked at several books and didn't find any of them giving me more than general rules. I got all the LSAT books from PowerScore and don't know how I could survive the LSAT without them. If you serious about the LSAT, you shouldn't hesitate even for a single moment to get these books. Aside from books, I'm taking the full course too. Good Luck!!!
Mohammad Kahvand
I had no idea how much information I was missing using other" LSAT preparation materials! The Logical Reasoning Bible has definitely changed my whole perception of the test and the questions. I am so glad that I found out about your book before it was too late! I think everyone preparing for the LSAT should use The Logical Reasoning Bible and the Logic Games Bible, they will make a world of difference."
M. Toomer
If you are going to take the LSAT, and you plan on studying on your own without taking a course, you MUST, MUST, MUST purchase the PowerScore LSAT Logic Games Bible and the PowerScore LSAT Logical Reasoning Bible. Save yourself hundreds of dollars by NOT purchasing any study guides from Kaplan, Barron's, Princeton Review, etc. Save yourself time by getting these PowerScore books as soon as possible. You'll be glad you did, and you'll notice a big improvement on your LSAT abilities.
William Nones
Definitely worth the money!
Joy Tengende
The Logical Reasoning Bible made things so much clearer to me, and I'm so much more confident now because I worked through the book. When I practice on LR sections now, I actually understand the questions and the types of correct and incorrect answers. I hear the statements from the LR Bible in the back of my head, and I'm like 'Oh yeah, I remember this point, and I saw this in that example problem in the book....' It's made things a lot more predictable, almost like clockwork. It makes sense now.
Carrie Gray
I was taking the Kaplan course, but I was having trouble with their study guide on the logical reasoning section. After going through The Logical Reasoning Bible by PowerScore I not only gained confidence but a clear and solid understanding of logical reasoning. My only regret is that I should have started with PowerScore first.
Joyce Matthews