Monday, June 24, 2013

Unpacked: Powerscore LSAT Bibles

Powerscore LSAT Bibles

After much anticipation, my Powerscore LSAT Bible Trilogy finally arrived earlier today! It took exactly one week, so good job for being on time!  

Anyways, I just thought I would share that, and I guess I'll have to start digging away at the material. It's been suggested that the best way to study for the LSAT is to be around it a lot. So that's exactly what I plan on doing for the next 8 months. I'm aiming for the February test, so we'll see how it goes.

If you are currently studying for the LSAT, planning on taking it, or have already taken it, let me know! I want to get connected with you all!

Well, until next time.


PS if you're trying to decide which LSAT books to buy, I've been told by a few that the Powerscore bibles are the way to go. If you can't find any used ones (much like how I wasn't able to), then check out Amazon. I got all three books for $135. PLUS there were no shipping/handling fees! If I had purchased these three books off of the Powerscore website, it would've costed $145, and that's not even factoring taxes or shipping/handling fees. The following is going to be an expensive ride, so gotta save where you can! 


  1. Did you end up taking the LSAT? How did it go?

  2. Hey, that’s just a super nice share. I am happy to have these details about Power score LSAT Bibles. My cousin will take this test soon and was just finding good resources for the Practice LSAT Questions and other prep stuff. I am surely going to share this post with her.