No, TM and Powerscore, and likely some of the smaller companies only use real lsats for diagnositics.I believe you're thinking of Kaplan and Princeton Review here. They tend to make up their own questions and exams, and try to pass them off as real.
Hey everyone! Ok...so I don't know what it going on. I have taken major tests in my life before, I have a good undergrad record, a 135 IQ, I am finishing up testmasters as a prep course for the Oct LSAT, but still I cannot get past the low 150's on my diagnostics. Worse of all, I get basically all the games right, a lot of the logicak reasoning right, and basically most of the reading comp wrong. I am not sure what to do. I tried everything. Reading fast I can't absorb the info, reading slow I can only read 2 passages, reading the questions first and trying to find it in the passage just sux in general...what should I do? Is anyone in the same boat? I am not American and English is not my first language, but I do speak it fluently so I don't know if that has something to do with it. I am only applying to schools is NYC and Long Island, and those are often hard to get into. Could I get into NY Law School or St Johns or cardozo with a 153 and a 3.4 GPA? Or maybe someone can just give me a tip on how to improve the reading comprehension part of my test taking. Thank you so much!