My idea is to try to study the three Bibles before I take a class. It will probably take me a while since my schedule with self-studying is sort of on and off. But my main idea is just to get a good idea of how to work the answers and then take a class that will push me further. I heard good things about Blueprint and PR, but Idk much about the quality of either. All I can tell is Blueprint is about a few hundred bucks cheaper than PR and offers like 30 more hours plus something called "clinics and workshops"...Not quite sure what that is compared to others. But as far as which has better qualified instructors, I don't know. The only surefire answer I keep running into is don't take Kaplan lol
Self-studying never hurts, but I strongly feel that instructors can really help get you to the next level. There's only so much you can get on your own. I'm not sure why everyone here is bagging on taking class in general? Law school, the lsat, the career path as a lawyer are all big steps, in my opinions taking every step to ensure the best chances to succeed is worth it.
I took score it up, it's a great course, especially for the price and hours. I initially made my decision to go with Scoreitup, because of Mark's credentials, I liked the guarantee of having a solid and successful instructor. In total though, Mark does a great job at breaking the sections down and helping students both individually and as a group. I saw my largest improvement with logic games while taking his course. In the beginning those were the hardest for me, but I also improved on the sections that I was already decent at, like the reasoning sections.
In the end though its all up to you, I would recommend, reaching out and speaking with the instructors at whatever course you're considering and go with whomever you feel most comfortable with, and who you personally feel will be able to push you to that next level.