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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Part 1: LSAT Preptests 62-77
Part 2: LSAT Preptests 29-38
You can also get pdf versions of the LSAT explanations.
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?
Explanations for older tests are on a temporary hiatus while I create an online course. The next scheduled test will be LSAT 78, which will come out around mid July 2016.
After that, I should have time to proofread my past explanations for 19-28. It’s possible those will be up by August 2016. 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 2016 – explanations take a while!