Law School Admission Test (LSAT)

Barron's LSAT Reviews

from Jay B. Cutts, John F. Mares

3.0 rating out of 5, based on 1 reviews
Not bad, but not the best.
by on 5/29/2014 10:34 PM

This was also a simple to read book which contains the topics you will find on the LSAT. There were practice exams and essays in the book; however, unlike Review or Kaplan, Barron's doesn't have any online support on its website to supplement the book - it doesn't even have a functioning website. I think having the best book is important, especially if you lack the financial resources to pay for an in-class prep course. I used this book simultaneously with Princeton Review and this book works overall, but it is not the best book that is out there. I found Princeton Review to be much better. I would recommend this book only if other higher-quality books, such as Princeton Review or Kaplan, are inaccessible or are no longer being published.

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