« on: February 25, 2006, 10:14:27 AM »
well I really liked the testmasters class, and they use only real LSAT questions rather than making up their own, which I thought was really helpful in my practicing. the class also gives you access to more recent LSATs that aren't in the 3 'Actual LSAT' books (we got LSATs from 2004 and 2005).
it was also helpful in terms of motivating me to study - I work full time, and definitely woulnd't have had the energy or motivation to teach myself the LSAT if I didn't take a class.
The class I took met twice a week for 4 hours. If I take it again, I know that I won't HAVE to attend every class, but I'll also know that if I'm having trouble with something, I can ask a teacher and get help. the cost was $1250, but the organization I work for paid for half - the cost of taking it again is $650, and again, my organization will pay for half. So I feel like it's probably worth it. I don't know.