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Kaplan Lesson Book

Kaplan Mastery and Timing Practice Lesson Book

Kaplan Online Companion (still useful without the online access)

Manhattan Prep LR 4th edition (with online resource access)

Official PTs:

PT 66 (June 2012)

PT 60

PT 61

PT Test 4 (Dec 2009 exam plus experimental from Oct 2000 exam)

PT Test 3 (Sep 2009 exam plus experimental from June 2000 exam)

PT 62

Test 1 - Diagnostic (Dec 2998 exam plus experimental from June 2000 exam)

Test 2 (June 2009 exam plus experimental from June 2000 exam)

PT 57 (June 2009)

PT 59 (Dec 2009)

PT 65 (Dec 2011)

PT 67 (Oct 2012)


$100 for everything

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