When you take the LSAT, you will have to contend with five multiple-choice sections. In contrast, Official LSAT PrepTests consist of only four multiple-choice sections. Therefore, in order to build up your endurance to the appropriate level, it is important to take some exams that contain an added fifth section.
One option is to take a section from one test and splice it into another four-section test. However, this is not optimal for two reasons: (1) you will likely know which section is unscored, and (2) knowing that the section doesn'¬"t count may keep you from giving it your all. Cambridge LSAT has simplified the process of incorporating five-section exams into your prep work. In this volume, we have taken the individual sections from PrepTest 52 and added one to each of PrepTests 57, 58, 59, and 60. The formatting is seamless, and without first glancing at the answer key, you will not know which section of each test is unscored. PrepTests 51, 53, 54, 55, and 56 have also been reproduced, each in its entirety.4-Section Testso PrepTest 51 (December 2006)o PrepTest 53 (December 2007)o PrepTest 54 (June 2008)o PrepTest 55 (October 2008)o PrepTest 56 (December 2008)5-Section Testso PrepTest 57 (June 2009)o PrepTest 58 (September 2009)o PrepTest 59 (December 2009)o PrepTest 60 (June 2010)
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