Has anyone ever used/is using a private advisor, outside of school, to read over their PS and resume before sending it into schools? If so, any recommendations on who to hire? Thanks!
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I am currently enrolled in testmasters and I have to say it was the best decision I have ever made. There were only three people in my class and my instructor was awesome-she really takes the time to understand where each weakness is in students and helps to eliminate it. I feel extremely prepared for the test on Monday and am actually excited to put everything I have learned to use on the real test. Also, being a testmasters student, you have access to every single question that has ever been asked on the LSAT-you can also score your own diags online and find out your score immediately. The amount of resources they give you access to is unreal.
I have a friend in Kaplan and she hates it. I can't speak from my personal experience with it, but I can tell you hers is not good.