When you prepare for the LSAT it is essential to use actual LSAT questions. The individual test books are available for purchase from LSAT. The most economical way to purchase the tests is in books of 10. At the present time LSAT has released:
– 10 Actual LSATs (Tests 9 – 18)
– 10 More Actual LSATs (Tests 19 – 28)
– The Next 10 Actual LSATs (Tests 29 – 38)
In September 2009, I blogged that LSAT would be releasing a new book of 10 LSATs.
The wait is over – just in time for you to prepare for the June 6, 2011 LSAT. I just receive an email from Amazon announcing that on March 1, 2011, LSAT will be releasing:
This book will be essential for your LSAT Preparation.
I have just confirmed with Law Services that it will consist of PrepTests 52 – 61. These are the LSAT tests from September 2007 – October 2010. You may recall that LSAT comparative reading debuted in June 2007. The June 2007 LSAT is available as a free download from Law Services.