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Hi Folks,
 
Anybody interested in buying used books to get into law school? My book collection consists of LSAT prep books, LSAT practice tests, and on law school admissions. Most of these books are in nearly brand new condition. And the rest have been lightly annotated. DM me if interested with a price your willing to buy at. When we meet, you can inspect the book before you buy. Additionally, I also got a 5 lb. Book of GRE by Manhattan Prep (completely brand new condition) since some law schools are accepting GRE now.
 
I got the following books available:
 
LSAT Test Prep by LSAC:
- The Official LSAT Prep Test 78
- The Official LSAT Handbook
- 10 Actual, Official LSAT Preptests Volume V
- 10 New Actual, Official LSAT Preptests with Comparative Reading
- The Official LSAT Superprep
- The Official LSAT Superprep II
 
Powerscore
- Reading Comprehension Bible Workbook (2018)
- Logic Games Bible Workbook (2018)
- Logic Games Bible (2009)
- Logical Reasoning Bible (2015)
- Reading Comprehension Bible (2015)
- Logic Games Bible (2015)
- Logical Reasoning Bible (2015)
 
Other LSAT prep books:
- The LSAT Trainer, Mike Kim (2016)
- The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games, Blueprint (2015)
- The Fox Logical Reasoning Encyclopedia or: Disrespecting the LSAT, Nathan Fox (2016)
- Manhattan LSAT Logical Reasoning Guide, Manhattan Prep 
- LSAT Logic Games: Strategies & Tactics, Kaplan (2nd edition)
- Cracking the LSAT, The Princeton Review (2011 edition)
- Barron's LSAT, Barron (2013)
- LSAT for Dummies, Dummies (2nd edition)
 
Admissions:
- The Law School Admission Game, Ann K. Levine
- The Ivey Guide to Law School Admissions, Anna Ivey
 

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