Anyone want to buy a bunch of LSAT books?

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Anyone want to buy a bunch of LSAT books?

Post by Younks » Sun Jun 23, 2013 5:51 pm

I have practice tests (38 of them, to be exact, including the most recent 18), Manhattan LSAT strategy guides (for all three sections), Exam Krackers guide for Reading Comp, and books of random problems of each type (Powerscore training books).

I'll sell all of these to you for $225. To buy them new would cost over $400. Any takers?

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Post by bombaysippin » Sun Jun 23, 2013 5:58 pm

*edit

I stand corrected! Link from cardozo below.

*double edit.

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Re: Anyone want to buy a bunch of LSAT books?

Post by Clyde Frog » Sun Jun 23, 2013 6:25 pm

I wouldn't buy anything besides Barron's LSAT

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Post by SteelPenguin » Sun Jun 23, 2013 7:19 pm

Clyde Frog wrote:I wouldn't buy anything besides Barron's LSAT
Not even Princeton Review?

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Re: Anyone want to buy a bunch of LSAT books?

Post by Clyde Frog » Sun Jun 23, 2013 11:08 pm

All I use is Barron, period. That means no preptests either. Barron comes with a CD, which stands for compact disk. Does Powerscore or Manhattan come with a compact disk?...didn't think so.

Powerscore and Manhattan will be severely outdated until they utilize new technology (the compact disk).

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Post by SteelPenguin » Mon Jun 24, 2013 12:01 am

Clyde Frog wrote:All I use is Barron, period. That means no preptests either. Barron comes with a CD, which stands for compact disk. Does Powerscore or Manhattan come with a compact disk?...didn't think so.

Powerscore and Manhattan will be severely outdated until they utilize new technology (the compact disk).
Thank you so very much for this post! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Post by myscoreonmysleeve » Tue Jun 25, 2013 7:09 pm

Clyde Frog wrote:All I use is Barron, period. That means no preptests either. Barron comes with a CD, which stands for compact disk. Does Powerscore or Manhattan come with a compact disk?...didn't think so.

Powerscore and Manhattan will be severely outdated until they utilize new technology (the compact disk).
Interesting. I also heard these books advocate using a pencil to physically diagram out the "logic games" section. Has anyone else tried this method?

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Re: Anyone want to buy a bunch of LSAT books?

Post by myscoreonmysleeve » Tue Jun 25, 2013 7:11 pm

You bought a prep book titled "Exam Krackers"?

Edit: Ah yes, it was produced by the renowned Exam Krackers... would you like a glass of milk with your 180?

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