Most recent preptests

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leche
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Most recent preptests

Postby leche » Sat Mar 05, 2011 8:12 pm

The "Actual, Official" books are all rather dated tests. Is there any way to buy the newer ones other than paying $8 per test?

I did poorly on the Feb. LSAT (first time) after going through PowerScore LG and LR Bibles and two Actual, Official books. I thought prepared sufficiently but still only ended up with a 159. I was pretty shocked with my score and am trying to figure out what went wrong...maybe it was old tests?

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Re: Most recent preptests

Postby tourdeforcex » Sat Mar 05, 2011 9:17 pm

the "old tests" are easier to score higher on.

was there any specific section that you normally do well on that you bombed on Feb?

as for newer ones... you can always gamble by buying off half.com or ebay. but i think the most conventional way is $8 per from LSAC. i remember some people on TLS saying some company was offering a deal on buying 3 or more? something like that, try search.

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Re: Most recent preptests

Postby bhan87 » Sat Mar 05, 2011 9:22 pm

cambridgelsat.com sells the recent ones in packs of 10

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Re: Most recent preptests

Postby Upton Sinclair » Sat Mar 05, 2011 9:25 pm

Also, they are 4 for $24 on Amazon.

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leche
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Re: Most recent preptests

Postby leche » Sat Mar 05, 2011 9:38 pm

tourdeforcex wrote:was there any specific section that you normally do well on that you bombed on Feb?


I wish I knew. I didn't think a nondisclosed test would irritate me so much. Then again, I didn't think I'd get such a low score.

Thanks for the tips though, everyone




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