7Sage-Good for those aiming for 168+?

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7Sage-Good for those aiming for 168+?

Postby 179orBust » Mon May 18, 2015 1:48 pm

Looking to enroll in an online course in order to get some structure.I love Manhattan, and would definitely enroll in their LSAT interact program, but it's just too costly. 7sage seems affordable and I was wondering if their program, like Manhattan's, is geared for high 160s/170+ students. I'm currently practicing around 164 and looking to score 168+ by October. If anyone here has enrolled in one of their full courses and can either post here or PM me I'd really appreciate it. RC and LG are giving me problems, whereas LR is around -5,-6 total per test.

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Re: 7Sage-Good for those aiming for 168+?

Postby Petrichor » Mon May 18, 2015 2:37 pm

currently enrolled and I think it is an excellent option, their stuff helped me with LR tremendously and somewhat with LG, RC was my best section coming in and it has improved a bit but I don't feel that it is significantly better or worse than other RC prep material.

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Re: 7Sage-Good for those aiming for 168+?

Postby nlee10 » Mon May 18, 2015 2:42 pm

IMO, I think you're better off buying all the Cambridge drilling packets and drill, drill, drill. 7Sage along with the other mainstream prep companies (BP, Testmasters, Manhattan, etc) I think are designed to give a student the groundwork to reach past 160. It's up to the student to drill, review, practicing PT'ing to to climb closer to 170.

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Re: 7Sage-Good for those aiming for 168+?

Postby CM3809 » Mon May 18, 2015 2:44 pm

7Sage isn't all that great for RC improvement, but I would highly recommend for LG

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Re: 7Sage-Good for those aiming for 168+?

Postby PoopNpants » Mon May 18, 2015 3:21 pm

nlee10 wrote:IMO, I think you're better off buying all the Cambridge drilling packets and drill, drill, drill. 7Sage along with the other mainstream prep companies (BP, Testmasters, Manhattan, etc) I think are designed to give a student the groundwork to reach past 160. It's up to the student to drill, review, practicing PT'ing to to climb closer to 170.


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Re: 7Sage-Good for those aiming for 168+?

Postby 179orBust » Mon May 18, 2015 6:19 pm

Thanks everyone for your help. Signing up for the course doesn't mean I'll neglect the drilling part of my prep. I understand how important that phase is.
Signing up for a course provides me with some structure (which I desperately need), and gives me the ability to study while traveling by viewing the videos. In addition, the course does come with downloadable practice tests so it's not like I'm paying a full $350. Interested in what you guys have to say.

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Re: 7Sage-Good for those aiming for 168+?

Postby JackelJ » Mon May 18, 2015 6:37 pm

I'm pretty sure 7sage doesn't come with downloadable practice tests anymore so you would just be getting the lessons. I took a prep course and I agree with nlee - if you're already in the 160s you just need to drill, thoroughly review, and PT

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Re: 7Sage-Good for those aiming for 168+?

Postby Poldy » Mon May 18, 2015 6:41 pm

Waste of money. These classes are only beneficial if you're on the profitable side of the scam.




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