Studying Old vs New LSAT's

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Studying Old vs New LSAT's

Postby lsatboyo » Thu Jan 18, 2018 4:07 pm

I have the basic 7sage account that only has LSAT's 36 through 44. would I get the same result studying these vs the newer LSAT's?

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Re: Studying Old vs New LSAT's

Postby Deardevil » Thu Jan 18, 2018 5:03 pm

You can study from them, sure,
but do get the most recent for when you are ready to simulate the real deal.

PS. Note that these tests do not have comparative passages, but it should not make too much of a difference.


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Re: Studying Old vs New LSAT's

Postby Bojack93 » Thu Jan 18, 2018 9:33 pm

There's a new type of logic games question called "substitution and equivalence" that only began showing up in the 50's or 60's. They're generally a time suck and you'll probably only get 1 or 2 of them on the test, but it's good to be familiar with them in case you're flying through the section and can take a stab at them without screwing yourself over.

I used 7Sage and think I had access to the PT's through 59 and then I bought one of the more recent ones by itself as test day approached. I didn't feel like I was at a disadvantage. I'd probably recommend taking more PTs than just those 9 though. You don't need to take all of them, but I think most people would say at least 15.

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