I'm moving across country in a week, and I due to money/space constraints I will be able to bring roughly 5 or so LSAT books with me.
I have taken the LSAT and scored a 160. I primarily need to work on speed and want to refine my LR skills as much as possible. I have both LR and LG bibles which I will be keeping and are not included in the 5 books I will be taking home. I am hoping to retake in October and raise my score. Of the following, which would say are the best to keep? I haven't used any of these. I am hoping to spend the majority of September dedicating myself to nothing but studying.
I know this is a lot, but any help would be GREATLY appreciated.
Kaplan LSAT complete. 2005
Kaplan LSAT Mastery Practice 2009
Kaplan LSAT Lesson Book 2009 Edition
Kaplan LSAT Pacing Practice 2009
Kaplan LSAT Endurance Practice 2009 Edition
Kaplan LSAT 180 2005-2006 Edition
Kaplan LSAT Premier Program 2009 Edition
Kaplan 2 Real LSAT's Explained (no idea what years)
Princeton Review LSAT 101: Core Concepts Version 10.1
Princeton Review LSAT Diagnostic Exams Version 10.1
Princeton Review LSAT 201: Master The Approach Version 10.1
Princeton Review LSAT 301: Pacing and Refining Version 10.1
Princeton Review LSAT 401: Advanced Skills Version 10.1
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I don't know anything about the Kaplan books, but those TPR books are from their courses. They don't have much if any instruction in them. Just a bunch of questions corresponding to whatever lessons were scheduled. I guess since you've got (and I assume you've read) the bibles, the TPR books will work fine for giving you practice problems.
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I think Kaplan's Mastery book will be useful (if you have problems with particular LR question types). Correct me if I am wrong, but Endurance Practice book is just bunch of PT's? It can definitely be helpful even if you went through them..
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