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There's good news and bad news.
The Bad News: LSAT Logic Games is the cause of enormous anxiety.
The Good New: LSAT Logic Games are very susceptible to short term improvement.
What are the essential skills?
How does the LSAT "READ" test apply to Logic Games?
What are the keys to successful diagrams?
John Richardson (http://www.masteringthelsat.com) will interview Patrick O'Malely: Author of: Ace The LSAT Logic Games (http://www.getprepped.com)
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