This is a list of where to get every LSAT preptest. The cheapest way to get most LSAT preptests is to buy them in the books of ten produced by LSAC. I recommend getting at least the first list of books: Preptests 52-61, 62-71, and 72+. Total cost about $90. You should do at least 20 full preptests.
Most Recent LSAT preptests
Get all of these.
Books of ten – cheapest
Newest: 72-80, ~$9 each
- LSAT preptest 81
- LSAT preptest 80
- LSAT preptest 79
- LSAT preptest 78
- LSAT preptest 77
- LSAT preptest 76
- LSAT preptest 75
- LSAT preptest 74
- LSAT preptest 73
- LSAT preptest 72
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Older Preptests: Good for Drilling
If you have time and money, these preptests are useful for practice. Get the newest list first though.
- Preptests 43-51 – $26
- Preptests 29-38 – $17
- Preptests 19-28 – $21
- Preptests 7-18 – $20
- Preptests A, B, C: LSAT superprep – $18
- Superprep II, one new undisclosed test: LSAT Superprep II
Out of Print Preptests: 39-42, 1-6, 8 and 17
Some preptests are not easily available in print. LSAC has stopped producing them, and they’ve also banned PDF sales. Your best bet for a legal copy is to find used copies on amazon.com or craigslist. PTs 39-42 are the most useful of the out of print preptests, as they are the most recent.
Full list of preptests that are out of print: 39-42, 1-6, 8 and 17
Free LSAT preptest
Looking for a free LSAT practice test? Try the June 2007 LSAT, officially provided by LSAC so you can try the LSAT. Print it before taking it, and use the answer key.
There are no other free LSAT preptests. But you can buy all you need using the links about for around $100. This is perhaps the best investment you’ll ever make, since a higher LSAT score can earn you a scholarship worth over $200,000.