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basicgrey7 wrote:do you have to read a lot? I think it would be more interesting if all their videos were learning instead of just reading a big book
Watch the sample videos. Their lessons are mostly teaching, with a few drills and problems mixed in. (Especially at first it's mostly learning -- as time goes on the amount of practice increases)
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I can't speak to the movie, but I've done supplemental tutoring with BP students with better results than Kaplan or TM. From what I've seen of their prep materials, they have a really good method for LR and LG.
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basicgrey7 wrote:Just registered and they are all real questions. Blueprint seems like they really break everything down into little pieces. I think I will like it (until i get my credit card bill that is!!)
Have you started the videos? I just started them last night and noticed something blinking either words or numbers throughout the movies, sorta like in fight club with the images blinking on the screen. Also did you get flashcards along with everything?
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