Supposedly, this guy from here wrote their books for it. If I am remembering correctly he talked about it a little a while back while he was doing it. I don't know if that means whether it's good or bad. http://www.lawschooldiscussion.org/prelaw/index.php?action=profile;u=12871The web page looked good until I found these parts:We have shorter lectures. Compare our 60-minute lectures with our competitors’ three-hour lectures. If you are fighting off sleep during long lectures, you will miss important LSAT content and you won’t have the techniques to answer questions on your real LSAT. Examkrackers lectures are brief, so you can stay alert during the entire lecture and you won’t miss any LSAT content..... Only Examkrackers has an instructor review.......Each 60-minute lecture is followed by a miniature 25-minute LSAT-style test based on the material from the lecture. After the mini-exam, the instructor will spend 30 minutes reviewing each question from the exam and illustrating how a high-scorer uses the techniques. ....http://www.examkrackers.com/lsat-prep.phpI just don't see how LESS instruction time is a selling point, but that is just my opinion.
do they have any regular crackers, especially with cheez whiz?
anyone try their RC book?
Who knows, but I'm sure they can teach anyone to read in 60 minutes flat.
Quote from: just some guy on February 11, 2008, 06:39:30 AMQuote from: Jeffort on February 10, 2008, 02:54:57 PMWho knows, but I'm sure they can teach anyone to read in 60 minutes flat. From what I've heard, well, let's just say I'm not losing any sleep over this.I think that is part of their goal for the students too, sleep at home and just stay in class "for as long as one redbull will keep you going before you need to pee! lolI do really like that they go over a miniature 25-minute LSAT-style test that is given at the end and claim to go over all the questions for the students in 30 minutes! That's gotta be some pretty thorough review! ha ha ha
Quote from: Jeffort on February 10, 2008, 02:54:57 PMWho knows, but I'm sure they can teach anyone to read in 60 minutes flat. From what I've heard, well, let's just say I'm not losing any sleep over this.