Okay, question here for those people who have taken any kind of LSAT prep course- Kaplan, Testmasters, Princeton Review, etc. Is it a good idea to hold off on studying actual LSAT material before enrolling in such a course? I was on the Testmasters (.net) site and it very clearly tries to dissuade customers from practicing on their own before starting a class. They say that this is because of the possibility of developing bad test-taking habits. I imagine it also has something to do with wanting to scare potential customers away from looking elsewhere for LSAT help. My test date is probably going to be Oct. '11, and I'm itching to start studying now. The Testmasters course in my town doesn't start until July 19. So LSAT prep alums, any perspective on this matter?