« on: June 15, 2005, 12:54:26 PM »
I have, with Kaplan, which I believe is the sole provider of LSAT prep in London. I didn't think it was bad, but then I had a fantastic tutor who has many years' experience but has since left and launched his own LSAT prep business. I think it totally depends on who teaches you, and the other teachers weren't that great (I repeated the course and my first teacher was dreadful). Also, some of the Kaplan classes are really basic imo and you can learn the stuff alone. I would recommend learning as much as you can about the test alone, and then getting a private tutor for the bits you really need help with. If you want my tutor's details, PM me and I'll pass them on. Otherwise, contact the Fulbright Commission - they will have his and other private tutors's details. Jut my two cents.