I don't think so...
The SAT verbal questions test many of the same concepts that GMAT SC questions test.
LSAT RC questions are good to study. You can use LSAT CR questions but beware that several questions test your knowledge of deductive reasoning, which is a very minor part of GMAT CR questions.
Example: On the LSAT, we would take the sentence "Unless it rains, I will go for a walk" and translate it to ~rain --> walk (where ~ represents not)
From here, an LSAT CR question might ask what can be logically inferred from the sentence "Unless it rains, I will go for a walk"
A) If I go for a walk, then it must have rained
B) If I go for a walk, then it must not have rained
C) If I didn't go for a walk, then it must have rained
This kind of reasoning is beyond the scope of the GMAT.
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