I also don't think TM (the legit one, at least) would ever in a million years run a course with 3 students.Assuming the students are full paying, the revenue would be $4350. Starting pay for a TM instructor is $50 in large markets, and $30 in small markets. Even assuming the latter, that'd be $2400 to the teacher. That leaves $1950 to pay for both LSAC licensing fees/materials printing and rooms, since TM doesn't have its own sites. Even assuming conservative numbers ($100 per student and $100 per room per use for 20 uses), they're deep in the red, really quick.
Testmasters is completely useless too, in most cases. It is all dependent on the instructor that you get. I heard somewhere that the average amount of time that their average instructor has taught for is 1-2 sessions.If I were you I would research all the different companies in your area (minus Kaplan and Princeton Review, which are generally always horrible) and see how experienced the instructors for each company in your area are.
powerscoreor testmasters or a tutor through powerscore or testmastersthe rest are a waste of money
Quote from: cui bono? on May 02, 2009, 12:23:54 PMpowerscoreor testmasters or a tutor through powerscore or testmastersthe rest are a waste of moneyDo tell what makes "the rest" a waste of money?