Nicolena. wrote:Goal: Improve by score by at least 8 more points on the June LSAT.
I bought the MLSAT books last week and I am going through them. I feel like the information is really starting to make more sense. However, I am also starting Blackstone's prep course at the end of the month.
Also, I work a full time job. I work anywhere from 45-50 hrs a week. Note - Blackstone is about an hr away from my job.
I told my job I want to switch to part time in May ( a month before the test) and take off the whole week before my test.
Advice -----Am I going to confuse myself even more?
So a lot of people actually use more than one system. As you get further into your prep, you will come across things that make more sense to you. When that happens, you'll use that method instead of something you had previously learned.
The only thing I would caution you to do is make sure you have a solid grasp on one set of concepts before trying to learn another. I see it as trying to teach a young child to speak multiple languages. If done properly, you have a child that grows up multi lingual. If too many languages are introduced at once, the child may choose to speak very little.