Testmasters in Hartford

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Testmasters in Hartford

Postby ErikC25 » Mon Mar 14, 2011 4:55 am

Has anybody taken testmasters in Hartford before? If so, how is it? What should I expect? Anybody else on here taking the class in Hartford?


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Re: Testmasters in Hartford

Postby youarereadingthis » Mon Mar 14, 2011 9:00 am

I'm taking testmasters a second time though not in Hartford. Honestly, the course is so good that the instructor will not matter.

I went froma 148 to 164 (actual lsat) by attending class, but due to work, was unable to do the homework or practice exams. A friend of mine who took the course with me did so well, she is now an instructor in the New Jersey area. Trust me, the instructor selection process and training they undergo is very selective and rigorous.

Now I'm taking the class again after quitting my job so I could study full time and relearn everything. I have no hesitations in recommending this course regardless of the instructor. All of them have scored in the top 2% and must know this stuff upsidedown, and backwards. I am aiming for a 175+. You will need to put serious work in on your own, but I still think this class is worth every penny as long as you have the time to do all of the work. They explain the "rules" of the exam and the logic patterns so well, and it's due to the way the course breaks everything down to common terms and symbols that are easy to use.

Again, just attending won't be enough, but it is amazing especially if you are not familiar with the exam or PT lower than 165 or so.

The course is amazing but not necessary. If you think you would do better by being in a class though, I *VERY STRONGLY* recommend testmasters over kaplan, princeton review, and powerscore.

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Re: Testmasters in Hartford

Postby DC_Patent_Law » Mon Mar 14, 2011 10:30 am


TM is well structured. I'm doing it in DC right now. However, there is an unbelievable amount of HW - in the range of 150+ problems every class. So, if you can, take it when you have the time. You will not benefit from the class if you don't have time to do the HW.

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