2 nathanielmark:Thank you for a quick reply! I am scheduled for June LSAT, so I have about 7-8 weeks to prepare. I am on my spring break right now, and I've decided to dedicate my whole time to studying for the test. I have some older prepbooks such as PR, Kaplan, and Barron's, and they all seem to be good, but I just want to make sure that I haven't missed some important changes to the LSAt before taking the actual test. So, would you suggest skipping "10 More Actual", and instead going with "Next 10 Lsats" from LSAC?