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James29

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Best Prep Course

Postby James29 » Mon May 29, 2017 7:20 pm

I have been studying for the LSAT since November and have improved my practice test score from a 153 to a 164. I'd like to raise my score to a 170 prior to test day. My goal is a 165, but I'd like to establish a safety net to ensure I reach my goal. However, my score may have plateaud. As a result, I was planning on taking a prep course for additional help. I have used both the Powerscore and Manhattan Prep books and liked both and so I have been trying to decide between their classes. I have also heard good things about Blueprint. Which class would be most likely to offer the best material? I'm likely to take the class online.

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Re: Best Prep Course

Postby Versailles1919 » Tue May 30, 2017 3:10 pm

I actually took the Blueprint online course and I found it extremely helpful. There is so much material available from creating your own practice sets to full practice tests. I went from a 143 to start to 155 on test day. And even though I got a 155, I was practicing low 160s. I definitely recommend the course and I am going to use the material for my second take. Hope this helps!

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Re: Best Prep Course

Postby Sprout » Tue May 30, 2017 3:13 pm

James29 wrote:I have been studying for the LSAT since November and have improved my practice test score from a 153 to a 164. I'd like to raise my score to a 170 prior to test day. My goal is a 165, but I'd like to establish a safety net to ensure I reach my goal. However, my score may have plateaud. As a result, I was planning on taking a prep course for additional help. I have used both the Powerscore and Manhattan Prep books and liked both and so I have been trying to decide between their classes. I have also heard good things about Blueprint. Which class would be most likely to offer the best material? I'm likely to take the class online.

I've heard excellent things about Powerscore from everyone that has used it. I'd stick with that. I took a Kaplan online class for logic games only and didn't really find it super helpful. Gl



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