Originally Posted by yogi berra
Kaplan has the worst reputation. Here is what I know:
You get access to every released LSAT. They give you an "Endurance Book" of like 10 or so to do at home, and you can select whatever LSAT you want to do at the test center. These tests are laminated, however, and you cannot write on them but with an dry erase marker.
You also get a "Mastery Book" that contains all fake LSAT questions to the best of my knowledge. However, it is good to use when you are trying to master a specific question type or get additional practice after having completed all the practice tests.
I know I posted this in another thread, but I want to clear up any misconceptions.
The current 2009 version of the Kaplan Mastery Practice book (and most, if not all earlier versions), contains only real, actual, official LSAT questions.
I think the reason people get confused is because it is true that Kaplan uses/used fake questions in their "retail" books (the ones you can buy at a bookstore). However, the books that they use in the actual Kaplan LSAT course are an excellent source of real LSAT questions...only problem is you have to pay $1,000+ for the course!