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Default Are there many differences between the old and new High Yield book editions?

So I have almost the whole High Yield collection, but most of them are from previous editions, mostly second and third. Now, given that these editions are released with a period of 5-10 years in between, are there many differences between these?

Should I get the new ones? I'm aiming for 270+ and I really need to have the best in material, at least in those HY series books I'm gonna use.

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Anyone? C'mon guys please
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Anyone? C'mon guys please
Hello
Are you aiming above 270 without studying kapkan ir goljian ?
I think its hard Possible but hard
Are you sure ?
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Hi Nathan,

I don't have the older versions of brs. I bought all the newest editions. But I think it's best to get the newest edition, just like buying First Aid.

I have seen the older editions, and I think there's not much change.

Perhaps if you have the older editions, just stick with them and use that extra money for kaplan books, uworld, nbmes, etc.

good luck.
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