You know you need to be more thorough reviewing your LSAT practice tests. But…
- Have you been wondering whether your review is effective?
- Are you unsure what it means to do “blind review”?
- Are you looking for a way to keep track of what you learn while reviewing?
- Do you want a clear step-by-step guide to walk you through the review process?
If your answer is YES to most or all of these questions, then my Blind Review Workbook and Guide is for you!
I’ve put together a very simple but effective workbook for you to guide you through all of the steps of blind review. It’s printable, so you can use it again and again as you take more practice tests.
Here’s what you’ll find inside:
- A detailed guide to the blind review process, why it’s important, and what steps are involved.
- Fill-in-the-blanks workbook pages where you will write in all the relevant details from your practice test.
- Clear, step-by-step section review pages to review the Logical Reasoning, Logic Games, and Reading Comprehension sections from your practice test so you know you’re maximizing your learning on each question you review.
- Spaces to reflect on your progress and what you’ve learned so that you can apply it to your next test.