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questions about knewton online courses

Postby jlhero » Wed Jul 28, 2010 2:39 am

basically, i am planning to register for this course, but i have several questions.

1). is that true that all 60 pts can be printed off? how is the quality of the pts? are they scanned and tilted? or are they of very good quality?

2). how are their explanations for the questions?

3). does anyone wanna be my referral? so u get a $50 giftcard and i get $100 off.

thank you very much

PS: i dont work for this company


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Re: questions about knewton online courses

Postby pwrbkg4 » Wed Jul 28, 2010 3:02 am

1. No. Only 12 can be printed, 47 are available in online format (but cannot be printed), and pt 60 is not available.

2. It's okay. Most are pretty detailed, if you're still stuck on something you can E-mail them and they'll give you an explanation tailored for you.

3. I got to use Knewton for free this summer (a promo for ucla kids) so I don't need to sign up.

P.S. I don't work for this company either.

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Re: questions about knewton online courses

Postby freebirdlv » Wed Jul 28, 2010 3:28 am

1.The print quality is great and include all of the extra pages you see on the real LSAT (answer key, bubble sheet, writing sample topic and response sheet).

2.The explanations are detailed and adequate.

3.The online classes explain the basics and provide some useful information but can be slow, depending on the online participants. They have archived classes if you want to learn at your own pace.

4.The best feature they offer is the create a quiz. You can pick between lg, rc,and lr, then pick the type of question(s) you want and the amount (5,10,15,20,25). They keep a detailed history of your scores and percentages in the various categories so you can focus on the areas that you need to work on. It is great if you just want to rip through 5 or 10 questions without having to take a full length test or 35 minute section.

5.They frequently offer discounts through student organizations and online.

I don't work for them either. I signed up a few months ago and am satisfied.

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