Practice makes perfect. Practice, by definition, requires repetition. When I was teaching large classes, I told my students if they haven't done their homework three times they haven't done it. It is, in my opinion, the most important part of your preparation for the LSAT.
So when I saw this, I thought it was a really good idea worth passing on.
Cambridge LSAT just released a set of three new workbooks. They've got every logic game from preptests 1-60 presented three times each. I don't think they're even on the Cambridge website yet, but you can grab them on Amazon.
LSAT Logic Games Repetition Workbooks
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Thanks for the heads up - really good stuff.