Prepare for the LSAT or discuss it with others in this forum.
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jkang wrote:Hey Everyone,
I'm new to the forum and will be taking the June LSAT as well.
I've been studying on my own for the past 4 months and am hovering around 150-155. Thinking about investing in a prep course.
Any thoughts on Testmasters?
This thread should be interesting. I personally can't stand prep courses. I'd suggest the MLSAT books. Cheaper and more flexible.
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Sounds like a course would be a good investment. I took TestMasters 145 ---> 168, but people on this forum hate on it because of legal disputes with TLS. You can decide on your own if you feel comfortable giving them money, but their methods are extremely effective
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Dr. Dre wrote:Buy Manhattan LSAT prep books and self study.
What books are you currently ussing?
And fuck TTTTestmasters.
i've used the powerscore books. next 10 actual, superprep, 10 new actual. i believe i have almost every next/new/future 10 actual tests there is in publication, and the lsat blog 5 month study plan.
however, i feel like i've reached a roadblock. hence, the reason why i'm contemplating testmasters. i've done pretty well on my own. i just feel i need that extra direction to really tweak my performance, and i feel it would help to have some type of "human" input on where i'm going wrong, instead of reading kaplan's explanations.
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