ngogirl12 wrote:TWiiX wrote:Mikey wrote:PrezRand wrote:Is the 7sage package like a class?
kind of. it's just pre-recorded videos of every question on the LSAT but regarding the curriculum, they put apart question types and stuff and do lessons on it then do questions to show you how you should approach them
Yeah, self guided class I would say. They have a ton of "chapters", each chapter being a different skill on the test. Some are underlying abilities like logic and grammar comprehension (they do the best job of anywhere explaining necessary and sufficient conditions, how to analyze them, and how to use them). They also have lessons for each question type in LR, where they give you an example problem, explain the underlying comprehension required to understand it, and strategies on how to solve it. Then they have practice problems, quizzes, flashcards, etc to supplement the curriculum.
It's honestly incredibly useful.
So true. I'm actually redoing the curriculum a second time along with drilling and find that concepts I had learned the first time around but was unsure of in practice are now being ingrained in my head.
Also, redrilling the flashcards and reviewing the drills is EXTREMELY helpful. I highly recommend 7Sage
Piggy backing off of her post... I want to emphasize to the new guys that you should TAKE YOUR TIME the first time through the curriculum. I rushed through the first time, as well as numerous others on here and on 7sage. You will be tricked into thinking you've learned certain things and will skip through the videos or skip problem sets, only to realize that a few weeks down the line you have a huge weakness in a given area. It's ineffective to skip through the first time, because you end up spending twice as much time revisiting as you would if you had just sat through it and mastered it the first time.