« on: February 26, 2006, 10:16:01 PM »
Before any of you go out and spend $1200+ on a prep course, please, please, please, take this advice before doing so:
Get the following books: Powerscore Logical Games Bible and Logical Reasoning Bible, The Official LSAT SuperPrep book from LSAC and NOVA Master the LSAT. You can price out these books from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Borders and Half.com, you can also look around this board and Craigslist and purchase them used. Look up "Sunfunliving" here on LSD, she has written a LSAT study plan and if you can contact her before it goes to press you may get free - I am not sure on the free part so it doesn't hurt to ask her. Anyway, read these books especially the Bibles and take a practice test to get a baseline. Then if, after reading all of these books, you are not getting a score you are happy with, then and only then seriously think about a prep course. The main consensus here on this board is Kaplan and Princeton Review is not very good. TestMasters moves really fast and you MUST do the assigned daily homework to make serious head way. Bottom line: save your money by reading the books and improve from there.