Your english is WRONG. You stated "
Oh my GOD!! You people act is if the LSAT test taking will either end all, or save all. I have never heard, I need support for the "pre-LSAT", before. What a very sad experience these hopefuls are in for.
You stated "support for the pre-LSAT", that is not the same thing as "the pre-LSAT support". The first is support for something called the "pre-lsat" (it cannot mean anything else, unless you stated "support for the pre-LSAT time period"). In this case, the second is support before the LSAT (it could also be support for something called the "pre-LSAT", but is clearly not in context). I'm sorry if you can't comprehend the difference. You are modifying things improperly.
Regardless, her statement was not that crazy. The LSAT is something to stress about. A few points can mean thousands of dollars in scholarships and future earnings. Perhaps stressing over the "pre-LSAT" is a ridiculous thing to do. Stressing over LSAT prep. is not.
I'm done bickering about this. Use clear English the next time you are going to insult someone. It is amazing that you managed to compound the situation by insulting me for correcting you.