« on: April 23, 2013, 03:31:55 PM »
Your time is much better spent reading the PowerScore books and doing past LSAT questions. If you do some snooping around the web, you can find the PowerScore books and all past LSATs and explanations for past LSATs available to download (illegally) for free. Once you've read the PowerScore books, the best way to learn is to do past LSAT questions in small chunks, say 5 or 6 at a time, and check the answers immediately afterwards. If you get any answers wrong or aren't 100% certain why the correct answer is correct, go back and try figure it out. If you can't figure it out or you want to confirm that you've figured it out correctly, check the explanations. If you're still having problems after reading an explanation, then get a tutor to help you with your specific area of need. It's much more efficient than paying for a course to learn stuff you already to know or could just as easily learn by yourself. Feel free to contact me if you're looking for an affordable tutor.