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chong12

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Should I take the Test Master course?
« on: April 10, 2011, 09:12:21 PM »
I told the LSAT last Oct. and got 145,  not really happy about it.  So decided to do it again this Oct.  One of my friend took the Test Master course, he did ok on LSAT. So I am thinking if I should take their Test Master Weekend course for 450 dollars or  their full length LSAT course for 1400ish.  I am very busy with work, so I am considering the Test Master Weekend Course.  Anyone take any of their class?? Any suggestion? thx.

MikePing

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Re: Should I take the Test Master course?
« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2011, 11:33:09 AM »
IMO, you should either take the full course, or buy a bunch of prep materials and practice on your own.  My experience is that students only make significant improvement after a serious amount of study.  I think that 150 hours of practice/study is the minimum you need for significant improvement--the weekend course won't get you there. 

Given that the LSAT counts more than that stellar GPA you've spent 4 years working on, it deserves a significant committment.  Do the work, and you will be rewarded.

Good luck!  Let us know what happens...