Clearly wrote:StandupPaddler wrote:That sort of calls your credibility into question. Everyone else who works/worked for a company says which one.
Seems weird you worked for "several" in a short period of time. Was thinking your views might be biased if you got canned repeatedly.
Hahaha, or maybe I went to law school and I don't like outting myself. Also I don't recall specifying a time frame. Plenty of people here will vouch for me, don't worry. Which course did you take? I really couldn't care less who does or doesn't take an LSAT class, chill... Also find me an instructor here that thinks taking a typical group LSAT class with a 164 diagnostic is a good idea please.
I'm not advocating the opposite viewpoint. But it's hard to believe you worked for several LSAT companies in the short interval between taking the test and going to law school. I mean, who does that?
If you want us to play a guessing game, at least say who you think the "major companies" are. Aren't there a lot of companies in NY? And give us details about the 164+ scorers who were in your classes but didn't see improvement.