In late July, we announced our new LSAT Download Store, which allows users to instantly download LSATs in PDF format. In the past month, we've significantly expanded our offerings in the store to include more LSATs, more LSAT explanations, and several new PowerScore publications:
- LSAT Logic Game explanations from thirty LSATs, going all the way back to PrepTest 1.
- Five volumes from our LSAT Deconstructed series, including the June 2013 LSAT Deconstructed.
- Two entirely new publications: The 50 Hardest LSAT Logic Games and 50 Hardest LSAT Reading Comprehension Passages.
- Numerous LSAT PrepTests, including hard-to-find PrepTests 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 17, 39, 40, 41, and 42.
We will continue to add more LSATs and explanations, and soon we will be adding our Training Type books, as well as new question collections such as every Grouping game and every Principle question, all based on the exclusive PowerScore LSAT System.
If you haven't had a chance yet, check out the download store - it's the fastest way to get LSAT prep materials in your hands!
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