Free explanations for LSAT preptests. These explanations cover logic games, logical reasoning and reading comprehension. There are explanations for both the right answers and wrong answers.
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Free Explanations Part 1: LSAT Preptests 62-77
Free Explanations Part 2: LSAT Preptests 29-38
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Where are tests 39-61?
I haven’t written them yet. 39-61 is 23 sets of explanations. Each set is about 30,000 words, so the gap is 700,000 words.
In 2011, I wrote explanations for preptests 19-38. Then in 2012, I wrote explanations for preptest 68 onwards. In 2013 I extended this backwards to LSAT preptest 62.
So there’s currently a gap in explanations. I haven’t written anything for 39-61. I hope to do this eventually, starting with 52-61. But I have no timeline for this, as LSAT explanations take quite a while to write.
How often do you release new tests?
I usually release the new LSAT explanations about 1-2 weeks after the test comes out. Older tests don’t follow a set pattern – explanations take a while to write.
What are you working on right now?
I’ve been working on the LSAT mastery seminars.
Next, I’m going to go through tests 79 and 80 and record myself doing them timed without having seen them before. That’s why new explanations are on hold – I need to preserve the fresh material.
Once those videos are done, I’ll be making explantions for 78-80, and returning to a regular posting schedule.
After that, I should have time to proofread my past explanations for 19-28. It’s possible those will be up in 2017. However, I wouldn’t expect them anytime soon. If you really want a copy now, LSAT Blog or Cambridge LSAT has them on sale. I haven’t sold them on my site because I haven’t updated them to my current format and would rather do that first.
52-61 are next on the list after 19-28, but I wouldn’t expect those in 2017 – explanations take a while!