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I have the 2013 bibles, should I upgrade to 2018

ElizabethR
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Good Afternoon,

I have the 2013 bibles and am planning to take the lsat in July (hooray for new dates). Is it worth it to upgrade? Should I upgrade?

Additionally, should I buy the workbooks? I’ve taken the powerscore in person class before and have a ton of old test so I have plenty of study material but am wondering if the workbook is any different or better suited with the bibles.

What is the best way to go about studying? I don't necessarily want to buy the training type books since I have a lot of other training material. When should I start the workbooks? Should I do the drills in the workbooks while going to through the lesson in the bible?
Dave Killoran
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Hi Elizabeth,

Thanks for the questions!

Updating The Bibles



The Workbooks

    This is really a personal call. Those books are designed to work in tandem with the LSAT Bibles, and they expand on the techniques in each book. They also feature prominently in our free Self Study plans, at http://students.powerscore.com/self-study/index.cfm. Are they necessary? No. Do students tell me they help? Yes.


Studying

    This is a tough question when looked at broadly, but first off, you don't need the Training Type books since you have all those questions in other forms.

    With the Workbooks, you can do them as prescribed in the Study Plans above—the various plans show you how you can connect each chapter to the proper workbook section (or you can wait and do the Workbooks later, it's a person preference).

    As for general study tips, here's something that might help: https://blog.powerscore.com/lsat/retaki ... your-score


Please feel free to let me know if you have any specific questions about it. Thanks!
Dave Killoran
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ElizabethR
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Thank you so much for the information. It was very helpful!