enidwexler wrote: mrizza wrote:
enidwexler wrote:Would it be useful to read the PLG and MLR bibles if I haven't read them before? Or should I just stick with what I learned in my Kaplan course? (I know, I know - Kaplan sucks. But I can't change the past.)
Ya I'd absolutely recommend reading them. Reading them now can undo any flaws in your Kaplan strategy, so really you can change the past's effect on you anyway. Personally I used PS and I really liked the LG bible, but I hear Manhattan is great too.
Thanks so much. Think I'm gonna get the PS LG Bible & Manhattan LR Bible. Two more questions:
1.) Does it matter if I get the eReader version of the Manhattan LR Bible?
2.) Do I also need the PowerScore LG Bible Workbook? (Or just the Bible?)
1) I haven't used it so I'm not sure how much actual drilling material it has... Normally I think its best to always take PTs and Drill how you're going to do it on test day. Making everything as familiar as possible when you're taking the real thing is the key to staying calm and collected. So if they have a lot of drilling material in there I'd say get the book. If its mostly just reading material then whatever.
2) I got the workbook too, it just gives you a ton of sections to drill; so I highly recommend it.
GabeQuixote wrote:So next steps: review PT 40, then drill per LSAT QA?
Read Manhattan Guides on whatever my weak areas are?
That's my plan. Should have the Manhattan reading guide in the mail on Monday.