I’ve written explanations for LSAT preptests 29-38. They’re available for sale on LSAT Blog. For each question I’ve:
- Identified the Question Type
- Identified the Conclusion and the Reasoning (If it’s an argument)
- Written an analysis of the question’s logic
- Written explanations for why the right answer is correct and why all of the wrong answers are wrong.
I know it’s hard to decide if something if useful without seeing it first. So I’ve posted a sample. The explanations for the first half of preptest 29 are available for free.
If you think the entire set will be useful, buy them on LSAT Blog.