PrepTest 63 is the actual LSAT that was administered in June 2011 and includes an answer key and writing sample prompt. Practicing with previously administered LSATs is one of the best ways to prepare for the test. The Official LSAT PrepTests are published by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC), the organization that produces and administers the LSAT. For practice on actual, previously administered LSATs at an unbelievable price, you can't beat the Official LSAT PrepTests.. Here are the detailed information about The Official LSAT PrepTest 63--June 2011 LSAT as your reference.
|Original Title||:||The Official LSAT PrepTest 63--June 2011 LSAT|
|Editor||:||Law School Admission Council|
|User Rating||:||3.2 stars of 5 from 380 Readers|
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Great for practice and supplements my LSAT Review program nicely. - 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.Great for practice and supplements my LSAT Review program nicely. By Sunukuhkau Definitely a must have for anyone preparing for the LSAT exam. I have purchased number 62, 63, 64 and 65 Pretests and they are great for preparing me for the upcoming real LSAT in June. Law school here I come :)))
This Prep Test was an excellent choice. Of course - 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.This Prep Test was an excellent choice. Of course By TiffanyBov This Prep Test was an excellent choice.Of course, there is no particular difference between say PrepTest 61 or 63. However, I found this choice to be very challenging and full of highly varied tests. It was relatively thin but that can be expected with whichever prep test you choose to buy. So note that you should probably buy a few.It was the worth the price after exhausting all the free prep test options online.
Very helpful as you prepare for test day. - 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.Very helpful as you prepare for test day. By Alex Fiuk Look, I know that dishing out almost ten bucks for each of these practice tests (PTs) sucks, but it is important. No prep book or test taking strategies can do the trick alone. The magic happens when you put what you've learned into practice with actual tests.Buy these, take them under perfectly simulated conditions (even find the testing room if you can), review them extensively to understand your mistakes, and kill it on test day. Between the 2 times I took the LSAT, I went through approximately 50 PTs. This prep had everything to do with my 97th and 99th percentile scores.