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Malakai
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Re: Kaplan

Postby Malakai » Thu Jul 26, 2012 2:52 am

gaud wrote:tl;dr OP, WHATEVER YOU DO PLEASE AVOID ANYTHING KAPLAN


titcr. Do BluePrint or Manhattan. Or Powerscore. Anything besides a) Kaplan or b) just strolling into test day with having 'sufficiently' studied for the LSAT just the previous night.

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Re: Kaplan

Postby xlawschoolhopefulx » Thu Jul 26, 2012 12:27 pm

Malakai wrote:
gaud wrote:tl;dr OP, WHATEVER YOU DO PLEASE AVOID ANYTHING KAPLAN


titcr. Do BluePrint or Manhattan. Or Powerscore. Anything besides a) Kaplan or b) just strolling into test day with having 'sufficiently' studied for the LSAT just the previous night.


I've heard Powerscore and Testmasters is good, but I decided to take Kaplan because it was offered at my school. Not only did I have a wonderful experience with the Kaplan course itself (good teacher who explained how to do problems, not just what the answers were, so we could replicate a correct answer) they also gave an obscene number of books and I used these to self study from May-June after the class was over but before the LSAT in June.

I'm sure everyone's experience is different, but I got a lot out of Kaplan.




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