Should I pay for a TSA Practice Book?Watch
I've done a couple of past papers (2018-2011 so far) and the highest I've gotten is a 30/50 (60). I know in order to get an interview I need to aim for a minimum of a mid 60, but I'm worried that I'm going to run out of past papers soon with the rate I'm going at.
No one around me is applying to the UK and I don't know much about buying practice books for the TSA, but I want to buy one since I need answer explanations to supplement the questions.
This is the one I'm thinking of buying since it has over 1000 practice questions and seems to have a couple of good reviews online but it's almost $50.
I understand that it's good value and it's one of the only books that ship in Canada soon enough to have time to use before the actual TSA.
Do practice books really help though? If my score isn't improving through past papers will it improve through a practice book? Has anyone used this before or have any other books to recommend?
(I'm sorry I can't help because I'm not applying to PPE, nor have I tried out the practice book. But if you're worried, I might get the practice book as extra insurance.)
P.S. Canadian student applying to Oxford this October