Mixing LSAT Prep Approaches

jagsta
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Mixing LSAT Prep Approaches

Postby jagsta » Thu Mar 04, 2010 7:55 pm

1. I'm currently in a Kaplan online prep class and was hestitant about opening the LG Bible or LR Bible simultaneously, but I found that the bible books were much more specific and helpful on games--good or bad idea?

2. What kind of time commitment did some of you implement over what period of time, and please share your score outcome as well

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basicgrey7
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Re: Mixing LSAT Prep Approaches

Postby basicgrey7 » Thu Mar 04, 2010 11:16 pm

jagsta wrote:1. I'm currently in a Kaplan online prep class and was hestitant about opening the LG Bible or LR Bible simultaneously, but I found that the bible books were much more specific and helpful on games--good or bad idea?

2. What kind of time commitment did some of you implement over what period of time, and please share your score outcome as well

For number 1. I would think that it would be fine. This way you can pick and choose which things work best for YOU for which types of questions. Just make sure to be consistent.




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