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Anyone have a copy of PT77?

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Hi PropJoe, I have brand new unused copies of LSAT Preptests 72-78. I was prepping for the Dec LSAT and didn't get around to using those preptests. 

PM me if you're still interested.

 

Pics of the preptests can be found on http://www.kijiji.ca/v-textbooks/delta-surrey-langley/brand-new-official-lsat-preptests-72-78-for-sale-90/1221593707?src=topAdSearch&enableSearchNavigationFlag=true

 

I'm offering all of them at $90 OBO. Thanks!

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