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PS's Logical Reasoning Bible is the only LR publication I know of that is consistently lauded. If you've used it up, definitely focus on your remaining prep tests, doing the standard wrong and right answer review afterward (and taking them all under timed conditions at home or libraries, preferably public libraries because university libraries are sometimes TOO quite). Towards the end of my prep, I found that most of the questions I was marking incorrectly were those that I missed an important detail or misinterpreted or misread a critical word. Focus on quick comprehension of the prompt without cutting any corners. HTH.