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 lathlee
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Dear Dave, I have uptil 2018 bible sets and 2015 version bible drill books but Rd, 2019 drill version.

I thought it was wonderful touch by powerscore to add relativity flaw and Concordia flaw , most importantly , nested codntitonals in recent or Bible's.
Having said, do you recommend me to buy 2020 new edition Bible's?
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 Stephanie Turaj
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Hi Lathlee,

If you're planning on taking the digital version of the LSAT, then I would recommend the 2020 Bibles, as those have been updated for the new digital format.

If you're taking the paper version due to accommodations, then the 2018 and 2019 versions that you have will be good, since those will be most relevant to the paper test.

Thanks!
 lathlee
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Hi. Can you ask Dave about powerscores own digital version of bible version of new editions? I am in the situation I really prefer to buy electronic book Reader version and Dave said kindle takes away powerscores profit margin quite a chunk of in the past, if student buys a kindle version. I rather see powerscores get full benefit.

Also if this post is inappropriate, plz delete this post and respond me through private messaging

thx
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 Dave Killoran
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Well, Amazon in general takes about 55% of the price for themselves (which blows me away but this is why Bezos is the richest man in the world now), and then we pay printing, shipping, and question licensing fees with the paper versions. Digital is a different pricing structure and in the long run the digital version is slightly better for us if I recall.
 lathlee
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Hi. Dave, I am sorry if I offended you any manner or my post hurts your biz any manner.

I was asking whether powerscore has its own digital platform mechanisms to access powerscore publications (The reason I asked: "Hi. Can you ask Dave about powerscores own digital version of bible version of new editions?.......Dave said kindle takes away powerscores profit margin quite a chunk of in the past, if student buys a kindle version. I rather see powerscores get full benefit ") cuz if I would download from powerscores own platform in powerscore website, digital content, I thought powerscore would get a better biz and better profit margin than I would from Amazon's Kindle, which I remember Dave was considering developing such options.

Of course, it is a great ease and convience for me to just buy and download through kindle, and skipping this process of asking . but before I do that, I thought of asking you directly just in case if powerscore developed such options for their students and I , which if I choose to purchase that option, result of powerscore would get more money.

I was just looking out for powerscore corporation.

Hopefully there is no any misunderdtanding, thx.

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