Those who took Testmasters...

pearla
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Those who took Testmasters...

Postby pearla » Mon Apr 23, 2012 7:43 pm

a) What else do I need to get to supplement my prep course.
I already have the Powerscore Trilogy.

b) Where can I buy all the LSat tests in digital format (PDF)

Does the TM course provide ALL LSAT tests that have been given to this day?


Thanks
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Re: Those who took Testmasters...

Postby zozin » Mon Apr 23, 2012 7:45 pm

TM will give you 5 volumes, all full of practice questions and full practice exams. I think they give you every single question/game/passage. LSAT 1-~45 will be given in question form, divided by type, so you can practice. The last are full practice exams. So you shouldn't need to buy anything else, but if you're so inclined: http://www.cambridgelsat.com/

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Re: Those who took Testmasters...

Postby pearla » Tue Apr 24, 2012 2:18 am

zozin wrote:TM will give you 5 volumes, all full of practice questions and full practice exams. I think they give you every single question/game/passage. LSAT 1-~45 will be given in question form, divided by type, so you can practice. The last are full practice exams. So you shouldn't need to buy anything else, but if you're so inclined: http://www.cambridgelsat.com/



THANKS not quite sure if they provide the old tests as well... Also I thought I could use the digital files and print them as desired when I start taking full length tests...

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Re: Those who took Testmasters...

Postby Psib337 » Tue Apr 24, 2012 10:26 am

I have the old LSATs from the LSAC but that's it. But because testmasters uses old LSAT questions I'll wind up seeing questions twice and if I remember the question from homework or class I think I spend more time remembering what the right answer was instead of really going through the whole process of answering the question. But the full tests they give you don't have any questions from class or the homework (I haven't taken them all yet but it looks like all those questions come from tests they don't give you). Generally though I wouldn't say it's necessary to buy anything else but I don't think there's any harm in doing more than what they give you.




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