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Hey all, not sure if this has been answered already. I poked around a bit and could not find it. Where is the best/cheapest place to get former LSAT exams? I'm going to begin studying for the June LSAT exam and I did all the tests in my Kaplan course book from last year when I took the test so I need new prep materials.
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rookhawk wrote:I'd like to remind you that using bittorrent as a p2p download service can be unlawful in some cases. Going to thepiratebay or any of those other websites that track p2p downloads and inputing "LSAT" may find many results, even every PDF test ever issued...but it is not legal in most locations. Consult an attorney.
Maybe one day someone on this board will be clerking for a judge that's presiding over an IP case about this and they can make it legal.
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I love Cambridge LSAT (downloadable online for prices considerably cheaper than most places). If you're already doing well on the LR, I think their collection of the hardest LR questions is awesome. Also, their collection of all LGs ever for $60. (And no, I am not an employee/friend/bribee of Cambridge LSAT).
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