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M2

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Unfortunately I think that as many others have said the "10 actual" LSATs are much easier than the "10 more".
I scored a 167 today on oct 1993...and my highest score before that was a 161.
I looked back at my other tests and the "10 actual" tests are all higher than what I was getting with a recent test during that time.

It's not that they aren't good practice, but this is just a note to those who may just be starting up...I would go right for the "10 more" and the "next 10". Unless of course you have time to take them all...

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At least do the games I listed in my post, "This post may raise your score".  Those are game types you can't practice outside of the older tests. . .
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M2

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thats true.

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M2, the games are easier overall but there are a few hard sections thrown in there.  I think the RC and LR questions are on par with current material.  I think its worth going through them just to get aquainted with the older games like circular, pattern, mapping, numbers, etc