« on: March 09, 2006, 11:27:24 AM »
I agree with the above posters. If you are starting off with a score around 160, then you definately only need self study, don't waste your money on any classes, especially Kaplan.
If I was you, I would take a timed practice test, a real one this time and see what the score is from a real test. You can got to www.lsac.org and click on "LSAT" and from there it lets you download a testbooklet with test number #20 in it. That test is really an average LSAT test. It is not particularly difficult and really does not have anything tricky or unusual on it. See what your score it for that test and come back on here and let us know.
Thanks for all the encouragement so far
What do you mean specifically, Vera? I thought the KAPLAN test was a real one. I took a proctored free examination, fully timed and whatnot. I'll definitely check out that testbooklet though, I didn't realize they had a free sample you could just download.