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LSAT TAKERS! DO NOT USE KAPLAN

Jennifer10

Re: LSAT TAKERS! DO NOT USE KAPLAN
« Reply #170 on: October 08, 2004, 11:17:33 AM »
I'm sure you've noticed that a majority of the people here favor Testmasters.


They were the actual tests from earlier dates.  I took Tests 36 (June 2002) through Test 42 (December 2003) in simulated testing conditions.  My score on these tests improved from a 155 on the June 2002 test (the first test that I took) to a 172 on the December 2003 test (the last test that I took.  I also took Test 32 and 34 on my own and used tests 7 through 18 to study off of.  There was one girl in my class who had an even bigger leap in scores than I did.  She started out with like a 137 and went up to a 164.  All of the learning/study questions and tests that Princeton Review uses are from the real tests. 

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Re: LSAT TAKERS! DO NOT USE KAPLAN
« Reply #171 on: October 09, 2004, 04:44:47 PM »
I took kaplan for the June test and my final practice test score went down one point from my diagnostic.  Bought a princeton review book and after i read it my score went up ten points! 

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Re: LSAT TAKERS! DO NOT USE KAPLAN
« Reply #172 on: October 09, 2004, 06:24:36 PM »
Jennifer10:  They didn't have a Testmasters in my city or anywhere within a reasonable, driveable distance from my home.  I had to choose between Kaplan and PR....and between those two, I think I made the right decision!