Princeton Review and Kaplan are my only options. Powerscore isn't anywhere near me, and with my work and family schedule (I have kids), traveling for a course isn't possible. I appreciate the insights, though. I've heard a lot about Powerscore's books.Sounds like Kaplan would be a bad idea, so I will likely go with PR. Add'l input is still helpful.Thanks for the replies so far!!
I teach for TPR (I wonder if I'm that one really good teacher in all of TPR-dom that cbbrazier referenced ).Here's what you do.Give both local offices a call, or stop by.Ask them who's teaching the course you're interested in.Say you'd like to meet them, before signing up for the course. Insist on this.Meet said instructor, or at least talk to them on the phone, or via email. Get a feel (don't cop one, though). Figure out what they've scored on an LSAC-administered LSAT (if they haven't taken one, run for the jungles). See if you could see spending the next few months with this person, learning from them. Find out if they have BO. Whatever.Don't commit to buying the product until you've seen it. Ultimately, go with the instructor who inspires the most confidence.If you have questions, feel free to PM me or something. If you want to tell me what part of the country you're in, I can try to find out who's teaching for you, if you'd like.
... access to every LSAT question (except I think the ones in superprep)