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Re: LSAT PreP Courses
« Reply #20 on: October 15, 2009, 07:43:17 PM »
oh and I left the most important thing out-  a lot of those companies don't use actual exams; they make up their own which is usually much much easier resulting in a false sense of security.  You take their exam get a 177 with little effort, all of a sudden you practice an actual exam and now you are struggling to pull a 155.

Virtually nobody makes their own exams anymore.  And why would any company rig their tests so that their students' scores drop on test day??

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Re: LSAT PreP Courses
« Reply #21 on: November 14, 2009, 05:44:06 PM »
oh and I left the most important thing out-  a lot of those companies don't use actual exams; they make up their own which is usually much much easier resulting in a false sense of security.  You take their exam get a 177 with little effort, all of a sudden you practice an actual exam and now you are struggling to pull a 155.

Virtually nobody makes their own exams anymore.  And why would any company rig their tests so that their students' scores drop on test day??

so that they return. 
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Re: LSAT PreP Courses
« Reply #22 on: November 15, 2009, 02:23:56 PM »
And why would any company rig their tests so that their students' scores drop on test day??

so that they return. 

Where I worked, returning students didn't have to pay.  You don't want them returning.  You want them sending their friends.