I too am wondering the differences in manhattan and lgb. Is manhattan only better for grouping?
Me too. I have gone through the PS Bibles and I'm currently debating buying the Manhattan books. Are they worth it? Is it confusing to read two methods, or do they complement each other well?
On another note, this is my first post, wahoo! I recently rescheduled my test date from June to October. I started prepping casually in January, then took a Kaplan course that started in February and ends this week. I'm taking it easy this week for a mini-breather, and then really going to pick up the pace for the next few months. Definitely looking for a way to stay motivated until October!
My diagnostic was a 166 and my PT average is currently around a 171 (I have only taken five so far). Ideally, I would like to be averaging around a 178 before test day. I have gone through the PS Bibles and, as I said, taken a Kaplan course, so I plan to shift my focus to preptests soon while working on mastery of the more complex question types. I work full time, but usually manage to get in about 2.5-3 hours of study on weeknights, plus longer sessions on Saturdays and Sundays. I'm looking for a study partner who wants to dedicate a lot of time to achieve a high level of mastery, and who wants to stay excited about destroying the LSAT! Mostly to review tricky questions or concepts, maybe coordinate PTs during a given week so we can discuss where we lost points afterwards, and to have someone who understands why I am dedicating so much time to this (unlike my friends, who keep asking me why the hell I'm still studying and never show up to happy hour...). Let me know if you're interested!