« on: June 15, 2004, 02:26:59 AM »
Purchasing them from any bookstore cost me $72 CDN a pop... so if one didn't have the 6-9 weeks to wait for them to be shipped from Amazon.ca, one was forced to buy them from a bookstore.
To anticipate your next comment, I do not live in a small town. I live in Calgary, a city with a million people living in it, and the University bookstore (along with any other store I checked) sold them for $72 CDN (after tax, mind you). Someone else from this site tells me that they also had to pay the same prices in Ontario (Toronto, I think), and so that's the story behind overpricing at bookstores- hidden costs exist, apparently.
Nonetheless, hindsight is 20/20, and now that I have decided to delay my test until October, I have wisely decided to purchase the Powerscore Logic Games Bible from Amazon, which is costing me only $46CDN, a savings of over $20. Lucky me! It should arrive sometime between July 13th and August 9th, I hope...
Also, you are forgetting that purchasing preptests through LSAC costs $30USD plus $10USD S&H to Canada, which is $40USD or $54CDN, a savings of $18 at the cost of waiting at least a month before the book arrives (sucks to be an aspiring lawyer in Canada, doesn't it?)
So yeah... do you have some PDF'd tests that you would like to contribute to the "pool", my dear Moogle?