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Any suggestions?

15inTbow15inTbow Registered User Posts: 108 Junior Member
edited June 2010 in Law School
I have about 2+ years before I have to take the LSAT. Any suggestions for books/authors that I should read for leisure? I've been reading some Tolstoy lately, and have just been wondering about other readings that would be beneficial. Thanks!
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Replies to: Any suggestions?

  • LSU8888LSU8888 Registered User Posts: 289 Junior Member
    Anything with a dense writing style could help, maybe academic journals. Really, you don't have to be a big reader to do well on the LSAT though.
  • liu02bhsliu02bhs - Posts: 657 Member
    I'm not sure reading will help that much on your LSAT. You should focus on prep material when it gets close to your LSAT date. Powerscore is pretty good.
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