How far back is too far back???

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How far back is too far back???

Postby lutcf2021 » Mon Oct 01, 2012 5:51 am

One of my pals (lucky little punk) somehow got a hold of a bunch of practice tests for virtually nothing.

The oldest is from 1993.
How far back is still decent to use?
Like what test number. (i believe the 1993 one is called PT 9)

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Re: How far back is too far back???

Postby SumStalwart » Mon Oct 01, 2012 6:36 am

Haha, I went all of the way back to February 1993 (PT 7).

The thing is, even the modern LSAT has changed dramatically over the past few decades. I think that they are valuable, if you have enough time. However, I think that the more recent ones will help you prepare for the upcoming LSAT's.

I primarily used the older LSAT's as experimental sections, practice problems for drills, and the like. They are decent, but, in retrospect, I spent too much time on those WAY older exams than I probably should have. You see, the more modern LR sections are significantly more subtle than the older ones. Though, I think that you might benefit from doing the logic game sections. Since within each section the games can range from being very easy to difficult, they are worth checking out.

If you would like anymore advice, feel free to PM me.

Good luck studying!

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