Prepare for the LSAT or discuss it with others in this forum.
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If it's preptest 19-28, I can help you (only book I have on me at the time). Just say the test, section, and question#. As for where you should start, everybody and their mother will tell you Powerscore/Manhattan books.
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Well, yeah, first read a strategy guide if you haven't already. After LGB or its equivalent, just start doing games. I started on PT 19 and worked my way up from there. They're weird, and those specific game types are unlikely to show up on test day, but they're still very useful for training your brain to find inferences and answer questions quickly/correctly.
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