« on: November 05, 2007, 09:55:27 AM »
Whatever you do dont take a course. If it wasted my time it will definitly waste yours.
Might you also say, Hort Stu, that your recommendation could be better phrased as, taking as many practice tests AND PRACTICE SECTIONS as you can and then analyzing the hell out of them? Or would you prefer that only complete tests, and not discrete isolated sections, would work best?
Start with individual questions, then sections, then full exams.
The issue with prep courses is whether they are worth the money. I can't imagine what value a prep course can bring over self study & a personal tutor. Self study to identify yur flaws and a tutor to address the ones you can't fix alone.
Eh. But don't make the arrogant assumption that you understand something fully - and test day, trust me, requires a full understanding of LSAT concepts - until you've heard it explained one-hundred times, and can teach it yourself.
I've never taken a course, but I'm sure that listening closely to the needs of others will teach you about yourself.
Ok, well, where can I find a good tutor? I really hope Craigslist is not my only option.
How come I don't hear anyone else saying the classes are a waste of time? How do I know a tutor will be so great? Maybe a class is a waste of time to you, but to others, it might not be.