lawschoolhopeful15 wrote:famousblueraincoat wrote:Checking in! Signed up for the September test yesterday.
Quick question for everyone: I tried to self-study a few months ago in preparation for the June test, but it didn't go so well. Would taking the Summer TestMasters course be a good idea? I'm thinking that the structured environment will really help, especially since I'm also working full-time.
Also, how much prep should I be doing before/after/during the course? I plan on doing all of the assignments (which I hear are numerous), but I'm not sure if that would be enough for 170+.
I have the Trainer, the three PS bibles, and all previously administered LSATs (via Cambridge).
Disclaimer: I haven't taken a course so I could be wrong.
I have heard of people taking courses and supplementing those courses with additional prep tests via Cambridge or using the Cambridge packets to give them additional problems to work on....I'm not sure how much work goes into a Testmasters course though. Try searching through some of the old topics to see if anyone else had a similar questions...you may find better answers there.
Thanks! I did do some searching yesterday and found mixed reviews. It seems to depend on the type of learning environment you prefer and the assigned instructor. I couldn't find any reviews for the instructor I may be assigned to. The company has a pretty great rep on TLS. I was just concerned that it would be silly to spend $1450 if self-studying was an option but, like I said, it didn't really work out for me. Earth signs need structure
Can anyone recommend a tutor/prep company in South FL? Want to keep my options open.
Edit: Deciding to go with Blueprint!