jaws wrote:I'm also in for the October LSAT! I'm already anxious to get started, but will have to wait until June when my teaching job ends. Is anyone planning on taking a Blueprint course? As of now I am planning on doing the Blueprint Movie course. Anyone have any experience with this? I've heard a lot of positive feedback about this course. The movie works well for me because I am planning on living out of the city, far from any test prep centers (free rent in a beautiful part of the state!) for the 3-4 months that I prepare for the test. I will be able to study full time during these months. With BP, you end up working out every LSAT problem ever released (except maybe with the exception of one test). Is anyone afraid of running out of prep material too early, or is there enough where this shouldn't be a concern?
In the EXACT situation here! I wont be able to start until june and will spend 3-4 months full time. I was torn between the options of complete self-study, self-study+ PS virtual class, and self-study+ BP movie. I'm still undecided now any suggestion would be grateful...
i read somewhere that the BP course includes a lot of materials (5 huge books plus 4hrs+ video for each lesson), if I only have 4 months max, would it be silly for me to sign up for that course, and buy all three PS bibles, the three official test series, plus LSAT SuperPrep thinking that I could finish them all??