jagerbom79 wrote:I did the trainer this semester but havent studied in a few weeks because ive literally been in survival mode trying to finish top in grad school...anyway I have 6 days left until Im done and then the LSAT grind can start heavy again.
I was planning on going through the MH books, but I am considering getting an adaptive course as well. I was thinking about and realized I do find videos and a little more guidance helpful... What do you guys think if I get?
-7Sage (Isnt 7Sage supposed to be the best online-based course?)
-Testmasters, Blueprint, Powerscore?
-any others im missing? Its late and im cramming for an exam haha.
My first thought was to do 7Sage and bundle the MH books with it. On top of drilling and PTs. THoughts?
I did not find powerscore helpful. I took the in person class and had access to the online material as well. The video quality was poor and there really wasn't much advantage to their books that I ordered off of Amazon. I have taken all of the PTs except 80 and started with the earliest. I wish I would have spent more time on the later tests instead prior to taking the LSAT for the first time. I have found taking PT 61-79 the most helpful, because in the later tests the nuances in language are far more detailed than the earlier tests; and for me, it took a lot of practice to get used to paying attention to these types of details. Also, 7Sage has been very helpful for me, particularly for learning how to actively read LR and RC. For me, drilling and reviewing PTs has yielded the greatest improvement--though it has taken several months for me to see any significant progress.