LSAT Review Materials: how to access legally in the middle of nowhere
August 9, 2014 8:18 AM Subscribe
What is the most economical and effective way to prepare for the LSAT in the circumstances described within. I am not looking for torrents or download sites. I'm looking for ways to tap into libraries.
posted by CtrlAltD to Education (9 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
Student has a university id card and can borrow books and log onto university and public library websites but all area libraries have severely limited resources. They have tried. We are very rural. And segregated.
Is it possible to find LSAT prep materials through LOUIS, the Louisiana public library system, or some other way? These are students who can't afford hundreds of dollars for prep materials. I am thinking there must be ways to access them, but I don't know what they are. I looked at LOUIS and didn't see anything myself. It just occurred to my that large city libraries might have ebook copies available for the borrowing, in which case they could get access via family members. But do LSAT materials circulate in ebook form?
I am hitting a brick wall on this. Metafilter librarians, any ideas what kind of prep materials are out there?