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venby

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Prep Tests

Postby venby » Thu Aug 25, 2016 12:25 am

Hi,

First post. I'm looking at prep materials to begin studying for the LSAT and I've all but decided on going with 7sage. However, I noticed you have to buy the practice tests separately. The problem is that some of them are over $1,000 on amazon.

7sage recommends 36-77.

I've looked at Walmart, Barnes and Noble, and Amazon. At reasonable prices I've found:

PrepTests 62-71, 52-61, 29-38.

Where can I find the others? Sorry if this is stupid question.

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Blueprint Mithun

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Re: Prep Tests

Postby Blueprint Mithun » Thu Aug 25, 2016 12:40 am

venby wrote:Hi,

First post. I'm looking at prep materials to begin studying for the LSAT and I've all but decided on going with 7sage. However, I noticed you have to buy the practice tests separately. The problem is that some of them are over $1,000 on amazon.

7sage recommends 36-77.

I've looked at Walmart, Barnes and Noble, and Amazon. At reasonable prices I've found:

PrepTests 62-71, 52-61, 29-38.

Where can I find the others? Sorry if this is stupid question.



I saw a few more here: https://www.cambridgelsat.com/bookstore ... lications/

You'd probably be able to find some of the other packets on eBay, if you're willing to do a little digging.

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Re: Prep Tests

Postby RamTitan » Sun Aug 28, 2016 5:54 pm

You have almost all of the preptests you need really. Buy those packs you listed, as well as 41-50 and all of the individual ones (72-78). Drill with 29-38 and 41-50, use the others for actual testing.



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