« on: August 04, 2004, 12:12:43 AM »
I feel like the Kaplan class helped me a lot with my approach to questions in each section. Then taking practice sections/tests and checking all of the explanations really helped me to understand the mode of answering on the LSAT. A tip: while taking a practice, I would mark each question that I wasn't absolutely sure of and then go back afterward to read the explanation, instead of just reading on ones that I missed.
I can't compare with other programs, since I didn't look at any of the other courses. In my opinion, the biggest thing is practice tests and question explanations, after a basic foundation of each section. For the highly motivated type (ie- not me), a book would probably be sufficient.