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lalalany
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Postby lalalany » Sat Aug 17, 2013 2:58 pm

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Kimikho
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Re: Using Non-LSAC Test Prep Material

Postby Kimikho » Sat Aug 17, 2013 4:34 pm

Have you looked at the Indian PTs? http://www.cambridgelsat.com/resources/ ... -practice/

I know what you mean, and I'm not retaking. I have gotten so thrown off by the style of the new tests that I have been hesitating to use anything below like test 40, let alone things not published by LSAC, and that has meant a lot of repeats. I don't think you will be over-enforcing bad habits as long as there aren't any bad habits to begin with. It's not a perfect example, but I usually reuse math problems when studying (for math classes...not LSAT......) and do just fine. Sometimes it's nice to have a procedure practically memorized.

I think you should ignore the nerves regarding attacking a new test. If you sit down for the LSAT and are thinking "OMG THIS IS A NEW TEST WHAT DO I DO" then you will be nervous and maybe overly conscientious.

But check out dem indian tests :).

lalalany
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Re: Using Non-LSAC Test Prep Material

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