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The PowerScore LSAT Reading Comprehension Bible Reviews

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2.0 rating out of 5, based on 1 reviews
Weakest offering of the PowerScore Bible books.
by on 5/29/2014 10:34 PM

Of the three "PowerScore Bible" books, this one may be the weakest offering. This book overemphasizes a litany of details designed to categorize reading comprehension questions into a number of categories. The material presented causes testers to lose the forest for the trees - one becomes more focused on diagramming the test questions than comprehending the reading passages presented. The techniques presented in "The PowerScore LSAT Reading Comprehension Bible" bog testers down in the minutia that can prove detrimental, as they require way too much time allocated to their execution, which in turn makes them extremely ineffective. I can only half-heartedly recommend this book. Honestly, reading comprehension requires faster reading and comprehension skills. I honestly don't think anything other than frequent analytical reading can improve anyone in that area.

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