Powerscore does not offer proctored tests!!!
Uhhh... yes it does. Four of them.
QuoteUhhh... yes it does. Four of them.Are they really proctored ones? I have heard you enter your answers yourself on the Internet, you don't actually hand your answer sheet to your instructor ...
Well, proctored just means that someone is timing you strictly in class, simulating real test conditions. It doesn't mean that they have to score the test for you. I don't see why it makes any difference who scores it. I suppose you could cheat and put in more time or whatever before you enter your answers in on the internet, but then you wouldn't get an accurate idea of your current level of skill, so what would be the point?
Here's my recommendation: try the bibles 3 months prior to the next prep class. If it helps, keep on truckin' and maybe take the PS weekend course. Don't forget to take timed practice tests at least 3 times a week, this is crucial. It's pointless to learn to "think" like the LSAT if you never apply it. If you feel you need the motivation, have the money, and the location is nearby, sign up for the course. If you don't have the money, or don't live near a location, work on the bibles and practice tests and keep the weekend course in mind.
The point would be that you'd look a bit smarter in front of your instructor ... the ethos, especially in Powercore classes (yanno that 99% requirement) is that low LSAT scores are stupid people ... would you like to be seen as stupid?