10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests Volume VI

Official LSAT PrepTests Volume VI

10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests Volume VI

10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests Volume VI

For pure practice at an unbelievable price, you can’t beat the¬†10 Actual¬†series. Each book includes: 10 previously administered LSATs, an answer key for each test, a writing sample for each test,score-conversion tables, and sample Comparative Reading questions and explanations.

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The Law School Admission Council has developed and administered the LSAT on behalf of all American Bar Association-approved law schools since 1948. Their national headquarters are located in Newtown, PA.

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Hands down the most useful prep material I’ve purchased, *do not* go without this most recent set of prep tests.

If you’re looking for other must-have prep materials, be sure to check out the PowerScore Logic Games Bible. I was a reticent about spending the extra cash on a copy of my own so I checked the LG Bible out from the public library–in four days (about 6 hours of studying with the book), I went from -4 to -1 or -0 on every LG section I completed after that. The 7Sage website is also great for budget prep.

Time management is the most important and stressful part of the LSAT.

Of all of the prep material I used for the LSAT, these were the most useful. If you already understand the three different sections and how to do them, don’t waste your time going over question after question. I did this with the LSAT Bibles. Just buy the prep test books starting with the most recent, and start doing timed exams. When you take the LSAT, the time constraint will give you anxiety. If you practice for it however, you will be accustomed to the pressure and will perform better.

The “test-taking strategies” given in the book take up about 2 pages, and more helpful information can definitely be found on Google. The answer keys are also about as bare-bones as it gets: just a simple list of correct answers, without a single explanation. The fact that LSAC charges money for past tests without giving any substantial sort of instructional content is absurd. This criticism is in contrast to the College Board’s SAT prep books, which I recall being much more helpful beyond simply containing official practice tests.


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