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StructuresAndForces wrote:Has anyone taken Powerscore's in person LSAT course? Wondering if it is worth my time. I am taking the exam in October. Currently testing at a 170 average, and am aiming for as close to perfection as I can get. My biggest issue is struggling with time issues on the LGs. Would their online or live courses be likely to be helpful for someone in my situation?
I took the course cold and thought it was a great way to start my lsat prep. That being said, you're not going to benefit much if you're currently scoring in the 170s. You'll be in a class with people PTing in the 140s and 150s mostly, and more of the material will be targeted towards them. You'd be better off spending money on a tutor if you're really looking to spend money on live LSAT prep.
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If you're already in that range, which is great, I strongly recommend you don't take the class. I read both bibles (LR & LG) before the class and saw no significant improvement even though I did most of the homework. The books you use in the class are basically the bibles. I say you buy MLSAT LG if that section is giving you the most trouble.
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