What have you been practicing with so far?
In any case, June 2005 is considered the first "new" LSAT. But the logic is the same no matter what PT you're taking - get 1 or 2 of the 10 Real LSAT books. Don't score those tests, but use them as practice.
I've been mostly brushing up my technique with the Bibles (not RC, I heard the RC Bible sucked), PR, and Kaplan materials. I downloaded the free tests from the LSAC website and I have the 10 More Real LSAT
book. I noticed a major difference in the questioning from the newer stuff and the 10 More Real LSAT
book. I was planning on getting the Next 10 Real LSAT
books and #s 44+. I figure that the first in the "10 Real" series is obsolete now and it seems like the 2nd book (10 More) is as well.
Would the Next 10 and #44+ be a good investment? Thank you by the way.