After over two years of not-really studying on my own, I've cracked and decided to just pay $1,300 for the PowerScore class, and take the June LSAT.
I've studied all 3 Power Score Bibles, and worked through real LSAT questions. Despite all this, I still suck. I always run out of time, so I've been practicing untimed, which can take an hour per section (and I STILL miss questions).
The class starts next week. What should I do to get the most out of the class?
I have Talbot's Big Fat Genius book, several practice tests, and the PS Bibles at my disposal. I haven't read BFG, and I'm sort of reluctant to, because I am worried that it may confuse me. I'm also wondering if I should go over the practice tests, because I don't know which ones they use for the diagnostic tests, and I would like accurate results.
June isn't far, so I would like to get started now, but I don't want to screw anything up.