10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests Volume V: (PrepTests 62–71) (Lsat Series) BIG Edition
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Tip: Since the actual exam has 5 multiple choice sections (4 graded, 1 ungraded) but these released practice tests only contain the 4 graded sections, use the sections of one or two of the tests to simulate the extra ungraded section. While this means you will only be able to take 8 full-length practice tests under simulated conditions, it's very important to be prepared for what the test day is actually like. Plus, you will still be "taking" those two other tests, just not all at once.
It also comes with the answer sheets and everything, so it's a complete package of everything you'll need to run practice tests before taking the actual test.
That being said, I do recommend getting other material or using online resources in addition to this. Just taking a practice test isn't going to be immensely helpful beyond the pacing, and it can actually misinterpret the difficulty depending on which tests you do. This only comes with four sections per test (no fifth/experimental section) and so for things like Logic Games you're not getting a lot of variety. Knowing all of the possibilities from a dedicated Logic Games book will make it much easier to adapt on test day, rather than getting caught off guard by a new type of puzzle.
In summation: fine book but the Games are too easy.
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