Any online access to LSAT questions currently requires a LSAT Prep Plus license---that's across the board with any company, or through LSAC themselves. You can find more about that requirement here
. Licensing requirements have changed recently, so you may not have come across this before. Just the Prep Plus licence comes with access to 60 past LSATs, but if you want access to all LSATs, you might want to consider purchasing something like our analytics package
which will give you access to ALL past tests, and let you practice many of them in a flex test format.
If you don't already know what games to check out, we have a great blog post
that tells you which games are the hardest ones we've seen.
Hope that helps!