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March 24, 2011

LSAT PrepTest PDFs Available for Instant Download


Good news, everyone!

For the first time ever, LSAT PrepTests are available for instant PDF download, and each comes with free explanations!

1-6, 8, 17, and 19-28 come with free written Logical Reasoning explanations. 29-73 come with free video Logic Games explanations. (74 is available for pre-order and will be available in late December / early January.)

No longer must you spend countless hours photocopying PrepTests or erasing the ones you've already done, or buying multiple copies just so you can redo them.

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You can now download a clean digital copy of each LSAT PrepTest listed below.
Just click the relevant link to add each PrepTest to your cart.


Rather than having to add over a dozen LSAT PrepTests to your cart one-by-one, you can save time by clicking the range of PrepTests you'd like:

LSAT PrepTests 1-6, 8, 17

LSAT PrepTests 39-74

LSAT PrepTests 19-28

LSAT PrepTests 29-38

LSAT PrepTests 39-49

LSAT PrepTests 50-59

LSAT PrepTests 60-74


(If the cart takes a while, give it time. It's working hard to add all the tests!)

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Official LSAT PrepTests 1-6, 8, & 17

(6/91 - 10/92, 6/93, & 12/95)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 19 June 1996 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 19

(June 1996)
LSAT Blog PrepTest 20 October 1996 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 20

(October 1996)
LSAT Blog PrepTest 21 June 1997 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 21

(June 1997)




LSAT Blog PrepTest 22 June 1997 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 22

(June 1997)
LSAT Blog PrepTest 23 October 1997 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 23

(October 1997)
LSAT Blog PrepTest 24 December 1997 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 24

(December 1997)
LSAT Blog PrepTest 25 June 1998 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 25

(June 1998)




LSAT Blog PrepTest 26 September 1998 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 26

(September 1998)
LSAT Blog PrepTest 27 December 1998 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 27

(December 1998)
LSAT Blog PrepTest 28 June 1999 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 28

(June 1999)
LSAT Blog PrepTest 29 October 1999 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 29

(October 1999)




LSAT Blog PrepTest 30 December 1999 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 30

(December 1999)
LSAT Blog PrepTest 31 June 2000 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 31

(June 2000)
LSAT Blog PrepTest 32 October 2000 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 32

(October 2000)
LSAT Blog PrepTest 33 December 2000 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 33

(December 2000)




LSAT Blog PrepTest 34 June 2001 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 34

(June 2001)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 35 October 2001 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 35

(October 2001)
LSAT Blog PrepTest 36 December 2001 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 36

(December 2001)
LSAT Blog PrepTest 37 June 2002 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 37

(June 2002)





LSAT Blog PrepTest 38 October 2002 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 38

(October 2002)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 39 December 2002 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 39

(December 2002)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 40 June 2003 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 40

(June 2003)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 41 October 2003 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 41

(October 2003)





LSAT Blog PrepTest 42 December 2003 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 42

(December 2003)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 43 June 2004 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 43

(June 2004)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 44 October 2004 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 44

(October 2004)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 45 December 2004 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 45

(December 2004)





LSAT Blog PrepTest 46 June 2005 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 46

(June 2005)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 47 October 2005 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 47

(October 2005)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 48 December 2005 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 48

(December 2005)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 49 June 2006 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 49

(June 2006)





LSAT Blog PrepTest 50 September 2006 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 50

(September 2006)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 51 December 2006 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 51

(December 2006)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 52 September 2007 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 52

(September 2007)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 53 December 2007 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 53

(December 2007)





LSAT Blog PrepTest 54 June 2008 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 54

(June 2008)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 55 October 2008 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 55

(October 2008)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 56 December 2008 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 56

(December 2008)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 57 June 2009 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 57

(June 2009)





LSAT Blog PrepTest 58 September 2009 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 58

(September 2009)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 59 December 2009 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 59

(December 2009)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 60 June 2010 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 60

(June 2010)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 61 October 2010 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 61

(October 2010)





LSAT Blog PrepTest 62 December 2010 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 62

(December 2010)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 63 June 2011 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 63

(June 2011)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 64 October 2011 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 64

(October 2011)



LSAT Blog PrepTest 65 December 2011 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 65

(December 2011)





LSAT Blog PrepTest 66 June 2012 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 66

(June 2012)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 67 October 2012 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 67

(October 2012)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 68 December 2012 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 68

(December 2012)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 69 June 2013 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 69

(June 2013)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 70 October 2013 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 70

(October 2013)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 71 December 2013 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 71

(December 2013)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 72 June 2014 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 72

(June 2014)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 73 September 2014 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 73

(September 2014)

LSAT Blog PrepTest 74 December 2014 LSAT PDF
Official LSAT PrepTest 74 (PRE-ORDER)

(December 2014)






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Please note:

-Unlike regular PrepTests, each PrepTest listed above comes with complete Logical Reasoning explanations for every single LR question in that exam or complete video Logic Games explanations for every single LG question in that exam.


(If you already have recent LSAT PrepTests and would like explanations separately, see my post on written LSAT explanations for these, and other LSAT PrepTests.)

-These are PDFs available for instant download after submitting payment via PayPal. You can use Adobe Reader to open the files.

-If you're already registered with PayPal, the instant download link will be sent to your PayPal email address. Otherwise, it'll be sent to whichever email address you submit.

-Once your purchase has been accessed 3 times (meaning you've made 3 download attempts), you will not be able to download the file unless you purchase it again. These are LSAC's rules, not mine, but I'm obligated to comply with them. (However, there's no need to worry. Once you download the PrepTest to your computer, you can keep it forever. From there, you'll be able to access it as many times as you'd like.)

-You don't need a PayPal account to complete your purchase. If you don't have one, simply select the "guest checkout" option, and you'll be able to pay by credit card or eCheck. (If you pay by eCheck, it will typically take a few days for the payment to clear, which means it will take a few days for you to receive the download links.)

-Due to the nature of digital downloads, LSAT Blog cannot offer any refunds for any reason. All sales are final.


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55 comments:

  1. Awesome! I'm studying in Korea, so getting hard copies of LSAT material is always a pain. This is an enormous help!

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  2. Hi Steve just wanted to ask is there anyway to get/pay for just the explanations since I have already purchased all of the preptests. I've been in the process of study forever and thus bought them before we had the accessibility to your alternative option. It would be great if we could get the explanations at a lower cost. Just asking. Thanks a bunch. Your blog is amazing.

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  3. I'm so glad you're enjoying the blog!

    Here's a link to get just the Logical Reasoning explanations.

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  4. hey steve, any chance that we see prep test 63 show up here?

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  5. Yes, it will show up here when LSAC releases it (end of June / beginning of July).

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  6. How do I re-access my tests after purchasing?

    thanks

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  7. @Anonymous 8/13 - You'll receive the download link(s) via email after you make your purchase. You'll be able to download the exams as PDFs and save them to your computer.

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  8. Thank you for making these available. Knowing WHY I got something right is unexpectedly helpful, and when I’m stuck it’s also useful to recognize what exactly the flaw in my logic is.

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  9. Thanks Steve.

    -Anonymous 8/13

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  10. Hi, are those PDFs printable?

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  11. What if we pay through credit card? Do we still get the preptests emailed for download right away? Thanks Steve!

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  12. Sorry, I mean to say through credit card normally, like not through a PayPal account, because I do not have PayPal...The PDF is still sent though? And when you say download 3 times, does that mean download from the email? Once we have saved them to our desktop, we can open them whenever? Thanks again!

    -Anonymous (May 24th)

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    1. Sorry for the delay in getting back to you.

      It doesn't matter whether you use a credit card or PayPal account - you instantly get an email with the download links for the PDFs. Once you've saved a PDF to your desktop, you can open it as many times as you like.

      Hope that helps!

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  13. Hi Steve,
    I got 3-4 months to prepare for the exam. Could you kindly advise which PTs on this website I should start with?

    Cheers,

    Uran

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    1. Hi Uran,

      Check out my LSAT study schedules - they'll give you plenty of tips regarding the use of the various PrepTests.

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  14. Hi Steve, are these pdf's compatible with mac and once I have downloaded them to my desktop am I able to save back up copies on a flash drive?

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  15. Hi Steve, I am trying to buy a test package with 50-59, but it doesn't work. Is this option not available anymore and I have to be just buying separate test?

    Thanks.

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  16. I am doing the 2 Month Schedule for February test, which Prep Tests is it necessary for me to buy.

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    1. Check the first two pages of the schedule - I listed this information there.

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  17. Hi Steve,
    I am so happy to find your blog - so many useful & helpful things here.

    I have two questions of your posted PrepTests:
    (1) Are they official full-length (including experimental session)tests?
    (2) Do you have specific detailed ReadingCom explanations for those prep tests?

    Thank you so much.

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    1. Glad you enjoy the blog!

      1. These are official full-length tests, which means they are 4 sections. LSAC does not publish experimental sections as part of PrepTests, as they are testing those questions on the original administration date for use in future exams. If you were to buy these exams from LSAC, they'd also only be 4 sections. I would recommend taking a section from another exam to create a 5-section test if you are looking to take a test of a length equivalent to that on Test Day.

      2. Yes, you can get them here.

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  18. Hi steve I cannot find the guest check out button where can I find it? Thank you

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    1. It should be on the bottom-right section of the screen once you get to PayPal.

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  19. Hi Steve, I just wanted to clarify what is included for each test. Will there be an answer key and score conversion tables? Also, will the writing prompt be included as well? Thank you.

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  20. Why aren't lsats 9-16 available?

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    1. I hope to have them available in the future!

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  21. Hi Steve! This looks great. I just want to clarify, do these PDF downloads come with the tests AND free explanations? Or do I have to purchase the explanations separately? Thank you!

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    1. At the moment, PrepTests 1-6, 8, 17, and 19-28 come with free written Logical Reasoning explanations. PrepTests 29-68 come with free video Logic Games explanations.

      If you're looking for explanations for other sections, you can get them separately from the exams here:

      http://lsatblog.blogspot.com/p/best-lsat-prep-books.html

      Hope this helps!

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  22. Hey Steve,

    I am on my 4-month-day-by-day schedule and wondering how many prep tests I should buy. I already own 29-38 and I'm looking to do as many as possible with the time allowed(I've been following the schedule). Do you have any suggestions?

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    1. Hi Daniel,

      Just figure out how many you plan to do given your personal schedule, then do the most recent ones. (Ex. If you're going to do 15, do the most recent 15.)

      Hope this helps!

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  23. Hi Steve,
    I'm trying to purchase Prep Test 68. I clicked the button "add to cart" several times but nothing happened. I cannot buy it, can you please tell me what to do. Besides this, can I purchase the test by VISA card?
    Thanks in advance

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    1. Hi Sona,

      I'm so sorry to hear that you're having trouble. I have not heard of others having this problem. I would suggest trying a different Internet browser or computer. You can purchase using Visa card, but it would have to be via PayPal (simply select "guest checkout").

      I hope this helps!

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  25. Hi Steve! I purchased the 4 month Study Guide and, was wondering which test pretest should I initially start with.

    FYI ~ I've been out of school for almost 10 plus years and, I am pursuing a life long dream.

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    1. Hi Roni,

      The 4-month study guide recommends that you start with PrepTests 29-38, then work up to the newest exams as Test Day approaches.

      Glad to hear you're finally pursuing your dream!

      Steve

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  26. Hi Steve,
    I've been following your 4-month study schedule and I was wondering if you would recommend doing prep tests 29-38 as part of the full practice tests even though most of the questions and sections have already been covered extensively throughout the study plan. Should I begin with more recent tests instead? For example 52-61?

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    1. Yes, I would recommend using more recent exams for full practice tests instead (such as 52-61).

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  27. When you select to buy preptests do NOT do the intuitive thing and select the tests you want to buy, rather select the ones that you don't want to buy! Ugh.

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  28. I am a student from Pakistan and I would like to purchase a few tests. However, Pakistan does not appear on the options of countries on the paypal checkout page. What is the way to go about it? Is there any alternative way to make the payment and get the preptests downloaded?

    Please help me out on this one.

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    1. Unfortunately, PayPal is the only mechanism I have set up to purchase the PrepTests. Perhaps you can have a friend or relative in another country make the purchase for you, and you can pay them back.

      Sorry for the inconvenience!

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  29. Hi Steve, I just wanted to be sure that if we purchase the tests from your site, they are the 5-section tests and not the 4? Thank you!

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    1. These are official full-length tests, which means they are 4 sections. LSAC does not publish experimental sections as part of PrepTests, as they are testing those questions on the original administration date for use in future exams. If you were to buy these exams from LSAC, they'd also only be 4 sections. I would recommend taking a section from another exam to create a 5-section test if you are looking to take a test of a length equivalent to that on Test Day.

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  30. Once your purchase has been accessed 3 times (meaning you've made 3 download attempts), you will not be able to download the file unless you purchase it again. These are LSAC's rules, not mine, but I'm obligated to comply with them

    hi steve,
    what does this mean?
    can i still access the purchased lsat prep test and download and print so i keep it permanently or will it be removed from my access after 3 viewings?

    thanks
    maria

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    1. Hi Maria,

      No need to worry! Once you download the PrepTest to your computer, you can keep it permanently. From there, you'll be able to access it as many times as you'd like.

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  31. Hi Steve!
    I am trying to add package 29 - 38 to my cart but it will not load. Thanks for any help! - Paulita

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    1. Sorry you're having trouble! It's working fine for me. Looks like it may have been a temporary problem. If you're still having trouble, please email me at LSATUnplugged@gmail.com and I'll help you.

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  32. Steve!
    Would you ever think it's a terrible idea to actually prep in one month? I'm thinking about the Feb exam and want to know if it's absolutely insane. I figured I would go for the next exam in case I completely bombed it.

    Thanks!

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    1. Better to give yourself a minimum of 3 months, preferably longer. I'd recommend going for June instead.

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  33. Hi Steve,

    Thank you for posting these online--it is so convenient to be able to reprint them and get them quickly.

    I have a question about re-doing exams. At this point, I have taken almost every released exam, either as a full practice test, individual practice sections, or problems compiled into problem sets. I have a few recent tests left, which I'm trying to space out as the February exam approaches, and I also have not done 1-6, 8, and 17. (I took the December test and didn't like my score, so that is why I am running out of material.) Often when I do a section I have already done, I barely remember the questions, so I feel it is still good practice and a reasonable indication of my progress. If I feel like I remember them too much, I stop and look for a section that isn't as fresh. I am trying to balance making sure I can handle the most recent trends, while also taking anything I haven't done to get used to attacking questions I've never ever seen. Do you think this is the right move/do you have any advice on how I should proceed for the next few weeks?

    Thanks!!

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  34. I am taking the December test, is there an advantage to studying the older test preps or since my time is short should I focus on the latest version available (72)?

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