Hi guys...new poster, so sorry if this has been asked a lot. I'm thinking of taking the LSAT on February (I've heard that June's the best time to do it, but I'm not gonna be here) and have begun prepping for it. I'm pretty nervous - I just took a practice test and didn't do as well as I hoped to do. So I was wondering: what would you guys suggest would be the best way to prep for it over the next 4 months or so? Specifically,
1) Which books should I get? I've done Princeton Review's Cracking the LSAT, but from what I've read here it's not very good (and I don't think I learned much from it either). I also just got the Next 10 Actual LSATs, Master the LSAT by Nova, and the Powerscore Logic Games Bible (and am probably gonna get the More 10 LSATs, Powerscore LR Bible, and Kaplan LSAT 180 soon). I have you guys to thank for helping me pick out the good books from the bad ones - I've been lurking quite a bit and you guys have been giving pretty sound advice
. What would you suggest would the best program to tackle those?
2) I'm most likely going to take a 2-month course (if I successfully persuade my parents what a life-and-death situation the LSAT is gonna be). Pretty lucky enough to have all Princeton Review/Kaplan/PowerScore/Testmasters classes here in New Haven - which of those would you suggest?
3) Is it too late to study for the Feb. one? I want to do extremely well (and am willing to devote time to it), but I'm worried that I started studying too late. Should I take the June one instead? Are there any substantial differences between the two testing dates - curves, difficulty, etc - that I should take into account?
Like I mentioned I've been lurking around these forums for a few weeks now, and you guys have been a great resource. Thanks very much in advance!