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LSAT Books website relies on college students, pre-law advisors, discussion groups and students who have taken the test to determine which books would be the most useful to students. All our recommended LSAT books have among the best ratings on In addition to what we recommend to you, please consider visiting the official website for the LSAT test.

The best Test Prep Materials are reviewed under "LSAT Review Books" and "LSAT Tests" below. To quickly order these books, you can purchase the best new LSAT books through (very reliable; direct links by clicking on the images of any of the books on this page). All the recommendations below have been suggested by students who have achieved high exam scores.

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Unfortunately, there are many poorly written review books but there are handful that students have found very helpful. The best are: Nova's text, The Official LSAT SuperPrep, Kaplan, Powerscore's (Killoran), and Advantage with Professor Dave. There have been many conflicting reports on Princeton Review and REA.

The 2 best complete programs - including overall performance in subtopics such as Reading Comprehension, Logical and Analytical Reasoning - are Powerscore and Examkrackers (yes, they basically have a Ritz cracker as a mascot but if you can ignore that, the quality of teaching is very good).

Depending on your personality, you may find some interactive software to be helpful. One option would be the Kaplan LSAT: Premier Program which comes with a CD.

By far, the best source for practice exams is 3 books from the Law School Admission Council: 10 Actual, Official LSAT Preptests, 10 More Actual, Official Preptests and The Next 10 Actual, Official Preptests. The latter being the most recent publication. If you are having trouble with the questions, many students have found LSAT Answers by Get Prepped very useful. The review materials above contain practice simulated tests which, along with the Law School Admission Council tests, will be an essential part of your test prep.

It is very important to take all official practice exams, check your test scores then review your mistakes before trying another practice exam. If you stick with this plan then your test scores will, overall and over time, improve gradually.

Raise Your LSAT Test Scores!

Below you will find some solid prep advice to help you get into any local law school or one of the top law schools including Harvard Law School. There are other sites which also provide free advice to raise LSAT scores or basic prep information.

All you need is 4 things to get high scores on the Law School Admission Test: Time and Motivation, a solid Review and realistic LSAT Tests.

Time and Motivation

How much time do you need? Pretty easy. For high scores on the law school admissions exam, first get your review books, materials and tests together and start working. Reassess after one week. Because there is only a limited amount of review products and tests (good ones at least), you'll know after one week how much more time you'll need to complete your review. On average: 3 to 6 months.

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