the books and tools used for lsat

The Books and Tools I used to take the LSAT

Law school is a big change for me in my business career. If you are reading this, I am sure it is for you as well.

This series is called entrepreneur turned law school student.

Studying for the LSAT involves isolating yourself from the day-to-day monotony you are used to in life.

Here are a few books I used to take the LSAT. My competency on the material was very weak and as I read and studied, things improved significantly without a tutor or private company.

  • The PowerScore LSAT Reading Comprehension Bible
  • The PowerScore LSAT Logical Reasoning Bible

In this list, you will find the tools/websites I used to get a more in-depth experience with the material.

  • Khan Academy
    • Khan Academy’s LSAT course was created in partnership with the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC). I actually did the entire course/study recommendation that they gave me.

Here are a list of tools I used to make taking notes and staying organized easier. There is no particular order and this list will be updated as the years go by because every student learns differently. I use the word tool to mean an item or technology interchangeably.

There are other resources that you can use but I have no idea of their success.

  • Kaplan