I've signed up for a free practice test with Princeton Review this weekend. Though I study on my own, I like to supplement my study with these free practice events because they simulate the actual LSAT environment. Today, I asked Princeton Review where they would draw their questions from this weekend and they told me they mix and match questions from many LSATs, creating a PT that is an amalgam of several PTs.
Do you know if there is a cutoff point for the PTs they resource to for questions? I do not want to ruin any of the recent (post 45) PTs I've yet to take.
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- Eugenie Danglars
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I have no idea, but in general, you don't need to worry about "spoiling" a couple PT's. It's not going to negatively affect your score. The odds of remembering the question well enough not to think about it at all is slim. Also, if you get a slight score boost, it's not going to make you stop studying altogether? So, I'd say the experience of a proctored test>any potential spoilage.
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