« on: September 11, 2005, 07:01:13 PM »
Hey! I guess if you didn't try your best or give a fair shot to testmasters it wouldn't be a bad idea to take it over. I am currently enrolled in Testmasters, and although they have only improved my score a few poinst so far I am confident that if I follow their instructions more closely I can do better. I have heard they are the best course out there for LSAT prep. Them and Powerscore. Unless the Blue Print is much cheaper I would stick with testmasters cause it's a bigger guarantee... At the same time trying Blue Print could be an experiment, and if they are testmasters instructors it should be similar.