I am really considering taking this AAMPLE. Sure, I'll need to pay about 2 twice what it would take for me to go take ANOTHER LSAT classs and application fees and the test however, it would get me into Law School once I pass it (and believe me I'm going to spend EVERY waking minute on AAMPLE), instead of paying essentially the same total amount and maybe get the same scores, and still wind up with the chance of not getting anywhere
#1. You don't need to take a class. You just need to keep at the LSAT prep/studying. Cost of a few books + retake is a fraction of the cost of AAMPLE. Plus you could go from an AAMPLE candidate to getting a large scholarship at the same school. Retaking could save you 10s of thousands.
#2. Both AAMPLE and retaking the LSAT would only give you a CHANCE at getting into law school. You could go to AAMPLE and not pass. Some of the AAMPLE schools have ridiculously low pass rates. Retaking the LSAT is a much less risky move and has much higher potential upside reward.
My point stands. It's a far better use of your time to spend every waking minute on the LSAT- not AAMPLE.