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Next week I will start seriously studying for the June '13 LSAT. So far my prep has only involved getting familiar with the test through free LSAC materials and TLS posts. I have read a lot in TLS forums about the importance of using real LSAT questions for preparation. Does anyone have a complete list of prep books that use real questions? I am talking about books that use real LSAT questions in their explanations of question types, not books that just have a few prep tests in the back. Thanks.
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Powerscore and ManhattanLSAT books have real LSAT questions.