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scottbatt wrote:Hello Everyone,
I was wondering what the best way to prep for the LSAT is. So if you have any suggestions or something that has worked for you I would greatly appreciate it.
Took a Blueprint Course in NYC and loved it.
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Brettanomyces wrote:The LSAT Trainer.
Manhattan's LG and LR books
The Cambridge Packets
As many PTs as you can get your hands on
I some what agree with this. He's right about the Cambridge Packets and the PTs.
"Best" for you isn't best for everyone. Where are you in your prep? If you're just starting, I generally wouldn't recommend the LSAT Trainer/MLSAT unless you're already scoring at a high level.
I'd tell you start with Powerscore LG and LR Bibles because they lay a good solid foundation, then "graduate" to MLSAT and the Trainer once you understand the PS books.
If you want to score high, I wouldn't suggest taking a course.