fifty LSAT practice exams ?

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fifty LSAT practice exams ?

Postby sydney19987 » Mon Sep 02, 2013 2:14 pm

I tried counting how many actual LSATs have thusfar been released on the LSAC website - and came up with fifty.

Could anyone confirm if this is an accurate number please ?

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Re: fifty LSAT practice exams ?

Postby sydney19987 » Mon Sep 02, 2013 2:25 pm

jaylawyer09 wrote:
sydney19987 wrote:I tried counting how many actual LSATs have thusfar been released on the LSAC website - and came up with fifty.

Could anyone confirm if this is an accurate number please ?


it is quite known that there are 69 PTs.

Its about to be 70 after this october.


Oy vey! Are some of them not sold on the LSAC website ?

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Re: fifty LSAT practice exams ?

Postby crestor » Mon Sep 02, 2013 2:25 pm

sydney19987 wrote:
jaylawyer09 wrote:
sydney19987 wrote:I tried counting how many actual LSATs have thusfar been released on the LSAC website - and came up with fifty.

Could anyone confirm if this is an accurate number please ?


it is quite known that there are 69 PTs.

Its about to be 70 after this october.


Oy vey! Are some of them not sold on the LSAC website ?



http://www.cambridgelsat.com/

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Re: fifty LSAT practice exams ?

Postby sydney19987 » Mon Sep 02, 2013 2:28 pm

crestor wrote:
sydney19987 wrote:
jaylawyer09 wrote:
sydney19987 wrote:I tried counting how many actual LSATs have thusfar been released on the LSAC website - and came up with fifty.

Could anyone confirm if this is an accurate number please ?


it is quite known that there are 69 PTs.

Its about to be 70 after this october.


Oy vey! Are some of them not sold on the LSAC website ?



http://www.cambridgelsat.com/


thank you!

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Re: fifty LSAT practice exams ?

Postby patfeeney » Mon Sep 02, 2013 2:31 pm

sydney19987 wrote:I tried counting how many actual LSATs have thusfar been released on the LSAC website - and came up with fifty.

Could anyone confirm if this is an accurate number please ?


Including the October test, I believe there are about 74 accessible preptests:

PTs 1-70

Superpreps A,B,C

An unnumbered test used by prep courses like Kaplan for their free exams.

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Re: fifty LSAT practice exams ?

Postby midwest17 » Mon Sep 02, 2013 3:21 pm

patfeeney wrote:
sydney19987 wrote:I tried counting how many actual LSATs have thusfar been released on the LSAC website - and came up with fifty.

Could anyone confirm if this is an accurate number please ?


Including the October test, I believe there are about 74 accessible preptests:

PTs 1-70

Superpreps A,B,C

An unnumbered test used by prep courses like Kaplan for their free exams.


The free exam I took with Kaplan was one of the 50s.

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Re: fifty LSAT practice exams ?

Postby SteelPenguin » Mon Sep 02, 2013 3:41 pm

midwest17 wrote:
patfeeney wrote:
sydney19987 wrote:I tried counting how many actual LSATs have thusfar been released on the LSAC website - and came up with fifty.

Could anyone confirm if this is an accurate number please ?


Including the October test, I believe there are about 74 accessible preptests:

PTs 1-70

Superpreps A,B,C

An unnumbered test used by prep courses like Kaplan for their free exams.


The free exam I took with Kaplan was one of the 50s.


Either way, June 2007 is numberless.

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Re: fifty LSAT practice exams ?

Postby za51 » Mon Sep 02, 2013 7:43 pm

sydney19987 wrote:Oy vey! Are some of them not sold on the LSAC website ?


As someone said, use cambridgelsat. But I came here to say something else: You might know this already (it seems like you don't based on question/response), but it's basically a waste of time just to take all of them in order. I tried it myself and wasted a good 3 weeks of potential prep. There are a few reasons for this. First, you plateau and keep making the same mistakes. The only way you get better at the lsat is to focus on your mistakes--that is, drill (or have some sort of review strategy that lets you analyze your mistakes and practice them; I know some people do basically only preptests to study, and do well, but it's more like preptests + some sort of review). Second, the tests are noticeably different. PT 1 is way different than PT 50, such that if you take PT 50 after taking, say, PT 7, you'll likely do worse.
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