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I took the Testmasters course in DC and it worked well for me. I found their LG and LR strategies really helpful (Less helpful on RC, but this is a tough section to improve on.) The structure of the class helped me study, and I ended up jumping 15 points from cold diagnostic to actual lsat score.
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I work for a local company called griffon prep http://www.griffonprep.com. I am clearly biased, but I really like us. We have 99th percentile instructors, a 12 person class size limit, free extra help, teach from real LSATs, and just for good measure let you sit in on a current class to see for yourself what you think. That way you can talk to current students so that you don't have to take my biased account.
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thanks guys, does anyone have any experience with strategy prep?
Griffon's great. I happen to work for Strategy, but I like what we have to offer as well. The best option is probably to sit in with a class and to talk with the students to get a sense of how much progress they're making and so on. http://www.strategyprep.com/courses/free-lesson.php
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