Free proctored Kaplan test on campus: Is it simply June '07?

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Free proctored Kaplan test on campus: Is it simply June '07?

Postby SeaDove28 » Fri Oct 21, 2011 9:21 pm

My UG is offering a free diagnostic proctored LSAT next weekend. I tried calling Kaplan to find whether it's the June 07 free one already offered by LSAC, but they said they don't know. Anyone taken a "free" Kaplan proctored LSAT before, and if so was it simply the LSAC June 07 one? If not, was it another official PT made by LSAC?

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Re: Free proctored Kaplan test on campus: Is it simply June '07?

Postby Veyron » Fri Oct 21, 2011 9:35 pm

SeaDove28 wrote:My UG is offering a free diagnostic proctored LSAT next weekend. I tried calling Kaplan to find whether it's the June 07 free one already offered by LSAC, but they said they don't know. Anyone taken a "free" Kaplan proctored LSAT before, and if so was it simply the LSAC June 07 one? If not, was it another official PT made by LSAC?


Unofficial and worthless.

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Re: Free proctored Kaplan test on campus: Is it simply June '07?

Postby ph14 » Fri Oct 21, 2011 9:40 pm

SeaDove28 wrote:My UG is offering a free diagnostic proctored LSAT next weekend. I tried calling Kaplan to find whether it's the June 07 free one already offered by LSAC, but they said they don't know. Anyone taken a "free" Kaplan proctored LSAT before, and if so was it simply the LSAC June 07 one? If not, was it another official PT made by LSAC?


I took this a while ago and mine was PT 36 I believe.

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Re: Free proctored Kaplan test on campus: Is it simply June '07?

Postby SeaDove28 » Sat Oct 22, 2011 12:30 am

So it looks like both of you had different tests?

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Re: Free proctored Kaplan test on campus: Is it simply June '07?

Postby Bildungsroman » Sat Oct 22, 2011 1:13 am

Veyron wrote:
SeaDove28 wrote:My UG is offering a free diagnostic proctored LSAT next weekend. I tried calling Kaplan to find whether it's the June 07 free one already offered by LSAC, but they said they don't know. Anyone taken a "free" Kaplan proctored LSAT before, and if so was it simply the LSAC June 07 one? If not, was it another official PT made by LSAC?


Unofficial and worthless.

What? AFAIK Kaplan only uses real LSAC PTs; I took a free proctored practice exam with them and it was an official PT, and their courses use real PTs.

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Re: Free proctored Kaplan test on campus: Is it simply June '07?

Postby Veyron » Sat Oct 22, 2011 10:47 am

Bildungsroman wrote:
Veyron wrote:
SeaDove28 wrote:My UG is offering a free diagnostic proctored LSAT next weekend. I tried calling Kaplan to find whether it's the June 07 free one already offered by LSAC, but they said they don't know. Anyone taken a "free" Kaplan proctored LSAT before, and if so was it simply the LSAC June 07 one? If not, was it another official PT made by LSAC?


Unofficial and worthless.

What? AFAIK Kaplan only uses real LSAC PTs; I took a free proctored practice exam with them and it was an official PT, and their courses use real PTs.


Well, I'm an old-timer. Must have changed since my day.

*Grows beard*

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Re: Free proctored Kaplan test on campus: Is it simply June '07?

Postby 89vision » Sun Oct 23, 2011 10:17 pm

I took one from Kaplan, one from Princeton Review. Both real LSAT's. I don't remember which ones, but they are worth it.

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Re: Free proctored Kaplan test on campus: Is it simply June '07?

Postby Triveal » Sun Oct 23, 2011 10:25 pm

It's PT36. I took a free Kaplan test as well as my diagnostic before I started actually prepping. The dude said it's the only exam they're allowed to give out without charging money.




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