Is it good to take PT from the "10 actual LSAT prep test" bo

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kingjones59
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Is it good to take PT from the "10 actual LSAT prep test" bo

Postby kingjones59 » Mon May 16, 2011 12:47 am

Okay Okay, so first off I understand that these tests that are in this book are about 18 years old and that some of the LG have not appeared on the LSAT forever. But I have found that to be probably on 1/4 of the games in each LG section, and frankly I do not trust LSAC not to pull these games back out for the June test. Definately a possibility. But my real question is how do the LR and RC sections compare in difficulty? I seem to be averaging -3 on each LR section from these tests. I usually do this on the more recent tests as well, but I took a PT out of this book today and completely bombed RC(-10) and still ended up with a 77 which was a 164 on the scale (PT 9). Were these tests harder on average than they are now?

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Re: Is it good to take PT from the "10 actual LSAT prep test" bo

Postby youknowryan » Mon May 16, 2011 1:03 am

Use the search button, this has been answered dozens of times.

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Re: Is it good to take PT from the "10 actual LSAT prep test" bo

Postby DaisyLafayette » Wed May 18, 2011 1:54 pm

not necesarilly harder on average, but different.
use them only if you have a limited number of recent ones left and want to save some in the case of a retake




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