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Put my hat in the "pretty useful" camp. He goes hilariously slow. I swear you could condense that 8 hour lecture into about 1. And his system is unnecessarily rigid. But it is pretty helpful in getting you to establish a gameplan and making you feel comfortable with test-taking. Also, his formatting/organization insights are spot on.
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I found LEEWS helpful, especially for racehorse issue spotters. I did very well. If you have time I recommend doing it, but at this point if your outlines aren't ready so you have plenty of time for practice tests before finals, I would focus on those activities instead.
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