Series: Nova's Prep Courses

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Nova's ACT Math Prep Course by Jeff KolbyACT
Nova's GRE Math Prep Course by Jeff KolbyGRE
Nova's GRE Prep Course: with Software and Online Course by Jeff KolbyGRE
Nova's Master the LSAT by Jeff KolbyLSAT
Nova's SAT Prep Course by Jeff KolbySAT

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  4. Kaplan LSAT 2008 Premier Program by Kaplan (2007)
  5. Cliffs: Law School Admission Test Preparation Guide (Lsat) by Peter Z. Orton (1989)
  6. The Official LSAT SuperPrep by Law School Admission Council (2004)
  7. Law School Confidential (Revised Edition): A Complete Guide to the Law School Experience: By Students, for Students by Robert H. Miller (2000)
  8. ABA-LSAC Official Guide to ABA-Approved Law Schools 2010 by ABA (2009)
  9. Kaplan LSAT Logic Games Workbook by Kaplan (2006)
  10. Cracking the LSAT, 2009 Edition by Princeton Review (2008)
  11. LSAT For Dummies by Amy Hackney Blackwell (2005)
  12. Cracking the SAT Math 1 & 2 Subject Tests by Princeton Review (2005)
  13. 101 Ways to Score Higher on Your LSAT: What You Need to Know About the Law School Admission Test Explained Simply by Altantic Publishing Co (2008)
  14. ABA-LSAC Official Guide to ABA-Approved Law Schools by Wendy Margolis (2009)
  15. How to Prepare for the GRE with CD-ROM by Sharon Weiner Green (2000)

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