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Additionally, I just checked their facebook page. If you still want a promo code, check out their pictures and you will find one.

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By the way this would be a great way to access all of the previous LSATs from the last 20+ years.


Actually no, it isn't a great way to access and use LSAT PrepTests.  It is a pencil and paper test with questions where it is frequently useful to write things down and mark up the questions, especially in the logic games section.  Trying to do serious prep, practice and studying for the LSAT on the small screen of an android or iPhone would be really dumb for many many reasons.  Preparing for the LSAT properly includes working practice questions and taking practice tests printed on paper. 

Thanks for shilling the product though FZacharyJ, sales not going well? 
PS, the offer is expired again, you need to fix your FB page.

You bring up a lot of valid points. First off, yes I have personally purchased the full course and am using it to study. While the LSAT is a paper and pen test, the way in which I study these days at school is through my computer and ipad. These are familiar and comfortable platforms for me to learn through and I know that many students are the same.

All of the content that is in the app is emailed to you in a welcome packet when you purchase the app. So you actually CAN print everything including the prep tests, which is what I have done. The app basically serves to replace the in class component of LSAT prep and alleviate the burden of cost for many students.

Regards,
FZacharyJ

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Just check their facebook and it was updated today. Looks like the offer still stands :) By the way this would be a great way to access all of the previous LSATs from the last 20+ years.

https://www.facebook.com/lsatmax?ref=stream

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First off, this is not an advertisement so PLEASE do not flag. This is actually something that can benefit all of us who are studying for the LSAT.

LSATMax has opened up their full course to those studying for the June LSAT, which opens access to all the licensed previous LSAT exams, lessons, homeworks, etc. They also set up an "Ask Us Anything" section that I have personally used. The people who answer are previous LSAT preparatory instructors and professionals.

I really think this can benefit a lot of us, so lets make the most of it!

Here's the link and hope this helps you guys out.

https://www.facebook.com/lsatmax/posts/459066627509533?ref=notif&notif_t=like

Cheers,

FZacharyJ

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Is LSAT prep course worth it?
« on: May 03, 2013, 02:22:48 PM »
I couldn't agree more. Thats why the app is so great. When you purchase it, they send you a welcome packet and everything on the app is available to print. They also have all of their lessons and homeworks in organized binders. Its really beneficial considering the fact that all of their practice exams are the actual previous LSATs.

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Is LSAT prep course worth it?
« on: April 30, 2013, 03:06:50 PM »
Look what it comes down to is the type of person that you are when it comes to studying. If you need someone on top of you, then maybe the course is worth it, but if you're an independent person who can sit down and get work done, then the courses are a complete waste of money in my opinion. There are so many alternatives to dishing out over $1000 for a course. Self studying is one option which will cost you for the books and such. Another option that i am more fond of is using your ipad or iphone to study. There is an app called LSATMax that is in essence the same exact course you would take in a class but the difference is its only like $300 and you have access to it forever. They have video lectures and homework and actual questions from previous lsats which is great. So if you're looking to save some money and do well maybe the self study route is for you. I met a campus rep from LSATMax at my school and I got his email if you want to ask him about any promotions that they have for students/veterans. I'm pretty sure they have a free trial also. Anyway hope this helps out! the guys email was "farbod@lsatmax.com"

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Studying for the LSAT / Re: Best LSAT prep course
« on: February 13, 2013, 01:51:59 PM »
I took the online course with Test Masters which I really loved. It helped me learn a lot more than Princeton Review's course. I took a physical class though with PR and the teacher was young - he was sort of stunned by a number of females in the class and that really took away from my learning.

The beauty of the online course was they had an awesome tracking system so that you could keep track of your progress, tests, and homework. There were videos to explain answers to questions on tests and homework. You get a few hours of tutor time over the phone. There are more supplementary materials available to you than you'll be able to use.


Thanks Roxanne. I checked that out and its a bit pricey compared to the LSATMax app and I was checking the content in the app and it's the same with the video lectures, homework, etc

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Studying for the LSAT / Best LSAT prep course
« on: February 01, 2013, 03:46:08 PM »
Hey everybody... I've seen a lot of threads about test prep materials and some courses but I wanted to get peoples experiences with the different course on the market. I'm hesitant to pay $1500 for a course so any comments regarding the pros and cons of different courses are greatly appreciated.

Also, does anybody have experience with iphone/ipad apps for studying? I've heard of lsatmax. Anybody used it before?

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