« on: June 20, 2004, 12:54:43 PM »
I took the $500 online course. It is very structured. You have video lectures for all lessons. Access to all practice problems and full explanations of every released preptest. Plus two books (that you get with the live class) a lesson book and a home study book, both full of real LSAT questions. Not to mention workshops and quiz on every type of question that shows up on the LSAT, like parallel reasoning, logical flaw, difficult reading passages, grouping games, just to name a few. There is also an analysis after your diagnostic test that tells you what you need to work on. I found it very helpful. You have to be self motivated, though, because no one is going to make you do the work. A lot of the online stuff is stuff assigned to people in the live classroom. I suggest taking it first, since itís free, and then decided if you need to take another class.