Self Study with Blueprint and Powerscore Bibles?

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Self Study with Blueprint and Powerscore Bibles?

Postby milanitaly » Wed May 11, 2011 12:49 am

Hey guys,

I'm new to this site. I'm planning on taking the October LSAT, and was originally going to sign up for a Princeton Review class but they offer nothing this early. So I started searching the internet to see if anyone else has classes earlier, and I came upon this site. Honestly, I can say this forum has been a lifesaver. I never even heard of Testmasters, Powerscore, and Blueprint before this site, but from what I've read, they're the best.

My question isn't which one of the three is the best - I know thats been asked and answered thousands of times already. I've read most of those posts. My question is do you guys think its a good idea to self study with the Powerscore Bibles and Blueprint Movie at the same time? Would their strategies conflict? I'm planning on following the blueprint schedule, but reading the relevant sections in the powerscore bibles as I go along. Do yall think thats a good idea?

Also, I went to the powerscore website, and I'm a little confused as to what to buy. The site sells the bible trilogy with workbook. But it also sells the training type trilogy. What is the training type trilogy, I haven't heard it mentioned on this forum. Do I need that? Does it complement the bibles?

Sorry for the long post, but I would really appreciate all yalls help.


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Re: Self Study with Blueprint and Powerscore Bibles?

Postby soylatte » Wed May 11, 2011 3:30 am

I am also planning on using Blueprint: The Movie and the Powerscore Bibles to prepare for the October LSAT, so I am interested in hearing opinions on this approach too!

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Re: Self Study with Blueprint and Powerscore Bibles?

Postby neeko » Wed May 11, 2011 4:13 pm

I'm taking blueprint right now. I went through the Powerscore Bibles back in Dec-Jan time frame and then classes started, and I also work full time, so I kind of let my LSAT studies fall by the wayside. Powerscore helped me with games, but blueprint has built upon what I learned there and helped immensely in the other areas that I was severely struggling with. In my opinion, they dont conflict, but I wouldnt work through them simultaneously. I don't think you will need to supplement blueprint with anything, its pretty solid. But the Powerscore bible is helpful, too.

I don't know if that helped at all but I figured I would try to give some insight, since I have worked with both.

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Re: Self Study with Blueprint and Powerscore Bibles?

Postby leo3333 » Wed May 11, 2011 5:50 pm

I took the full Blueprint course last year and now I'm going over the Logical Reasoning Bible. This made me realize what a waste of money and time Blueprint was. Some of the most important concepts I was struggling with that neither the Blueprint text nor their instructor bothered to mention have been covered by Powerscore and I'm already making fewer mistakes.

I say - Go for the Powerscore Bibles.

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