PowerScore Announces the Revised LSAT Reading Comprehension Bible for 2014

PowerScore (http://www.powerscore.com), a leader in LSAT preparation, has released the revised LSAT Reading Comprehension Bible. The Revised Reading Comprehension Bible joins a formidable lineup of PowerScore LSAT publications focused on teaching students how to obtain a competitive score on the LSAT (Law School Admissions Test).

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Charleston, SC (PRWEB) May 22, 2014

PowerScore is pleased to announce the release of the newly revised PowerScore LSAT Reading Comprehension Bible. The 2014 edition is over 400 pages and includes:

•Extensive discussions of various LSAT passage types, including passage breakdowns and suggestions on different approaches to notation and diagramming.

•Expanded drills to practice and reinforce the skills needed for a strong performance on the Reading Comprehension section of the test.

•A helpful glossary/index, providing a definition for each LSAT term and its location within the book

•An expanded book website featuring Reading Comprehension Bible supplements, suggested study plans, and other helpful resources.

•A convenient new re-challenge section that allows you to revisit each passage for additional practice, and is followed by complete passage breakdowns and question explanations.

The LSAT Reading Comprehension Bible effectively covers how to break down LSAT reading passages, understand and respond to test questions, and master the Reading Comprehension section of the test.

Why prepare for Reading Comprehension? According to Steve Stein, the author, “Many students are skeptical about their prospects for improving their performance in reading, but this is not standard reading; it is high-level material that is, in many cases, outside your normal areas of interest or expertise (as you may have already noted). LSAT passages require you to read actively and attack the questions aggressively; these are skills and habits that can and should be developed well before test day, but they will serve you well through law school and beyond.”

ISBN: 978-0-9912992-3-2
Page count: 402
Printed: March 2014
The easiest way to tell if you have the latest version of the Reading Comprehension Bible is to look at the cover; the new edition has a gold medallion in the lower right-hand corner that says, Revised for 2014. This updated publication is available at PowerScore’s web store, http://www.powerscore.com.