Powerscore self-study: Bibles vs. full length course books

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Powerscore self-study: Bibles vs. full length course books

Postby maxalot » Fri Sep 03, 2010 11:53 am

I'm going to start studying for the Dec. 2010 lsat and I'm trying to figure out which set of Powerscore books would be better for studying, the bibles or course books from the full length course. Does anyone know if the Powerscore full length course books can be used for self study (without the classes)? If so, which approach would be better, the course books or the bibles? Thanks.

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Re: Powerscore self-study: Bibles vs. full length course books

Postby LSAT Blog » Fri Sep 03, 2010 11:59 am

People tend to like the PS bibles over the coursebooks. The bibles are cheaper and more concise, while PS sells the coursebooks for ~$700.

Also, you can resell the bibles after you're done studying. If you buy the coursebooks from PS, you have to sign that you won't resell the coursebooks.

I think the bibles are sufficient to get the gist of what's in the coursebooks.

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Re: Powerscore self-study: Bibles vs. full length course books

Postby CanadianWolf » Fri Sep 03, 2010 12:34 pm

Do you have access to both ?

P.S. The coursebooks cost $725, but require that you sign up for a PowerScore course.
The PowerScore Bibles are priced at $64.95 each at Border's or about $49.95 directly from powerScore or on Amazon.com.

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Re: Powerscore self-study: Bibles vs. full length course books

Postby bhan87 » Fri Sep 03, 2010 5:45 pm

If you're opting to get coursebooks you should consider Blueprint's self-study course. It's around the same price, but you get access to videos of Blueprint lectures.




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