I looked thru the lsat prep course thread and suffice to say ppl aren't very positive about kaplan. But for the most part, the complaints had to do with bad teachers and some testers even complained that they didn't even finish the course.
what i'm mostly concerned w/, since I plan on learning all the methods and dedicating myself to the course (if I have a bad teacher i'll just use the online vids
along with the huge amount of resources they provide online) is the effectiveness of their methods.
How different can an approach really be? I mean, formal logic is formal logic, every reading passage has a topic, scope, etc.
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