Ah yes, thanks lparker. That is exactly the sort of feedback I am looking for. If you do not mind me asking, what kind of progress have you seen throughout the course?
I'm torn between powerscore and blueprint but I noticed Powerscore doesn't include the Bibles within their prep material so in the end it really comes down to the instructers and methods. I have read on TLS that some people found the terminology and methodology of breaking down the questions was explained more simply through BP and Powerscore was a bit harder to follow.
Well, with Reading Comprehension I went from 55.5% accuracy to 88.8%, with Logic Games I went from 56.5% to 73.9%. While I saw improvement, I would definitely like to further improve on Logic Games--everyone says it's the most "masterable." I really like the Reading Comp. methods BP teaches. Even though my last practice exam was 88.8%, there were a few other practice exams I took that I had 100% on RC.
I actually knew I was going to go through the BP course twice from the get-go because of my job's hours durning the months leading up to the June test. To do the course right, it takes committment on your part. There's a lot of homework, and basically every homework question has an accompanying video that is anywhere from 2-8 minutes long.
From what I've read on this forum, the bibles are amazing. I actually ended up purchasing the LGB and LRB after the June test because I wanted to see what they were all about... So far, I've finished the Logic Games Bible, and I did like it a lot. But, I think at least in part, I was able to understand it because of what I had already learned... Games were foreign to me! I can't tell you how many times I had to pause/rewatch the BP videos. Matt Riley does the games, and he was my favorite! After reading the LGB, I probably picked up on a couple of other things from outside BP that I think will help me.
If Powerscore doesn't include the bibles in the course, maybe you could just purchase them additionally? If you even need to...