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SuperDude

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Unusual question
« on: May 04, 2008, 05:08:53 AM »
Basically, I've run out of preptests to take.  I know many of you don't like Kaplan, but their LSAT preptest library is pretty sweet.  They had a bunch of preptests on hand, which they let me use, and now I can't seem to find full preptests that I have not already taken at least in part.  I've checked preptest 7-45 and I've taken all but like 8 of them.  This will not be enough to tide me over until the June LSAT.  So my question is, are there any books that have "fake" full LSAT practice tests?  Or are there any realllllly old preptests (1-6) available somewhere?

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Re: Unusual question
« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2008, 12:44:30 PM »
Then I'm sure you've gotten this before as well, "Thanks a lot, I wasn't aware that it was already addressed."