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I used both. I didnt think the wording in the superprep was weird, but I did feel like powerscore explained things in a way that they were easier and quicker to absorb. If you think you might need some rest, then maybe you do. If you want to study from both though, I'd suggest reading the powerscore first, then the superprep. At least then it'll make whatever new material you can pull out of the superprep a little easier to grasp for you. I'm not sure if the superprep helped much for me, since i used the combination, but im sure it didnt hurt. Powerscore definitely helped a lot though. Good luck studying!
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odutayo2 wrote:I didnt think the wording in the superprep was weird, but I did feel like powerscore explained things in a way that they were easier and quicker to absorb.
The SuperPrep is written by people who test and write the exam questions; the PS books are written by people who teach those questions. Different focus.
The SuperPrep should be used as a window into the minds of the test's creators. As such, it's invaluable. As a straight up, this-is-how-to-learn-the-test book, less useful.