FuManChusco wrote:Underoath wrote:brickman wrote:Underoath wrote:I am also taking the Kaplan prep course on July 31. It is the only prep course in my area (10 min away) that works with my schedule since the classes meet on weekends.
I have the Bibles and some other material that I will use in addition to Kaplan's methods. I will adjust the methods according to how I see fit.
I scored fairly low on the initial diagnostic so I am hoping to increase by 15 points!
Perhaps the most adaptable preparatory course is your own! Ditch Kaplan, pick up Pithypike's 2-3 hours a day (or as it fits your schedule) and save yourself a few shekels and focus more intensely on a system that will be inherently more flexible.
I can't study on my own. Too many external factors interrupting me and I'm not referring to the internet or my cell phone.
I rather take a prep course anyway because I can ask questions on a specific topic or game and get feedback rather than trying to decipher on my own why such and such question is correct.
In addition to kaplan I will be incorporating other study material as well.
If any of this is run on or grammatically incorrect its because I'm on my cell phone typing this.
And why do I feel the need to put that disclaimer there? You figure it out.
TINTCR. That's a good thing. You do well on the LSAT by breaking it down and figuring out its language and structure. You'll learn much more figuring out questions by yourself, than you will by listening to someone tell you how it's done. Plus, if you do get stuck on a specific question, TLS is a great resource. People help others a lot. Just ask. Just my $.02, to each his own.
I don't know what TINTCR means, but in the end I can't study at home because people are inconsiderate.
yeah, I could go to Starbucks, library, etc, but I learn better in an academic setting with other students.
Like I previously stated before I am not just using Kaplan's method. I will be using my own as well.