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I would suggest www.scenariosolver.com - I offer a video solution to every released LSAT game in existence for 13.00 a month.  I truly want to get relevant information to students that cannot afford the 1,500.00 price tag of large test prep companies.  I have taught test for seven years for three of the most reputable companies in the business.  I took about eight months to record a video solution to every LSAT game released since 1990.  I suggest you solve approximately 80 to 120 games before you take the LSAT.

I suggest you buy a book from LSAC (any one of the four books with ten practice exams) attempt to solve a game in earnest, log on and fully undersatnd the solution to the game... repeat about 100 times.  You will roll through that portion of the exam.

Tom


Thanks, will check it out! :)

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I am trying to prepare for the LSAT and need to study with others.  There is so much to learn in such a short time..atlanta.  Anyone interested?

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Can anyone share some LSAT resources, online tools, online classes that can assist me in better preparing for the LSAT test.  Thanks for your help!

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Minority and Non-Traditional Law Students / Re: To go or not to go?
« on: July 19, 2011, 09:52:50 PM »
We are the same age.  The difference is you're in a better position than I am.  You have no kids and good paying career..two pros.  As far as the age, you are at a good age of wisdom-not too young and not too old-( whatever we constitute as old).  As far as I can see, the timing is perfect and it's a win win situation so Go For It!

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Personal Statements, Resumes, and Letters of Recommendation / None
« on: July 14, 2011, 08:25:53 PM »
none

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