I had to giggle reading this post...he/she is drowning in information and then we drown him in posts...LOL
1) Powerscore Bibles for Logical Reasoning and Games (see above post)
2) NOVA Master the LSAT for Reading Comprehension --- also work through the game section but only after you have worked through the Powerscore games bible.
3) Get as many as possible released LSAT tests. Take them under timed conditions, go over them, figure out what you did wrong and what you did right.
4) After you have the basics down in terms of how to approach the different sections/question types...then focus on timing.
Don't believe in the quick fix methods that are advertised, there is no such thing. Preparing for the LSAT requires work and commitment from your part.
5) For a great review after you have studied, get the LSAC prep guide..it also contains three February tests that are usually not available anywhere else. Word of warning...the prep guide is very dense in the way it presents the information. It is a good review once you have worked your way through the other books.
6) Prep-classes can be very helpful BUT they are also VERY EXPENSIVE...if you have the self discipline then you can easily prep for under $200 instead of forking out $1,000-1,600 for a class. The materials that you will be given in a class are often not even as comprehensive as the Powerscore Bibles for LR and games. What you are given in class is a set of books with lots of released LSAT questions and tests. If you have the money and/or do not have the self discipline to study without knowing that your homework assignments have to be done for class. then I would recommend the following classes (full length):
5) Kaplan --- BUT ONLY the most expensive class...it is $1,500 I think, this one they revamped and it is more aligned to the above classes now...the others don't give you enough detail and do not go deep enough.