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Are exam kits from both publishers necessary to score a good mark (in the 80s or even 90s)? Or is one exam kit from BPP sufficient? I prefer BPP as their books are well structured, but do I really need to buy an exam kit from Kaplan as well?
I wouldn’t have thought that that was necessary. Of course, it would do you no harm (except to your finances) but certainly there are students from the past that have scored in the 80s and even into the 90s
Is it possible that your local library has ‘the other one’ or maybe you have a fellow student that you could swap revision kits with for, say, 2 weeks whilst you have a look at ‘the other one’!
But, no, it’s not absolutely essential