Law School Discussion

LSAT Preparation => Studying for the LSAT => Topic started by: los_angeles_law_ho on August 09, 2003, 09:42:02 PM

Title: Testmasters LSAT prep program
Post by: los_angeles_law_ho on August 09, 2003, 09:42:02 PM
Hello, I am currently taking the L.A. Testmasters prep program, which is almost complete. I have many reservations as to my test taking ability. The program lays out the various types of questions possible for the logical reasoning. Unfortunately, we might spend half the class time discussing types of problem when even the instructor admits we might have 2, 3, or 4 of those types of questions on the LSAT. As far as asking questions, there are about 50 students in the class, making things difficult. A classmate just began her Testmasters class and she told me there are 60+ students in that one. I recently ordered Master the LSAT and have about 15 previously released LSAT to practice on. I want to study for the LSAT using my notes and Testmasters workbooks, but also use the Master book to see if they better explain some concepts. Is it a good idea to use outside books when enrolled in a prep program? Any hints, opinions, or suggestions would be appreciated.