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If you're talking about our video course, there will be no interaction between you and the person teaching. The videos are amazing, and we feel that a scripted/recorded format is much better than the teleconferencing video courses offered by other companies, but if you really need interaction immediately between you and the person teaching, our video course will probably leave you wanting more.jared6180 wrote: The BIGGEST reason I am doubting my success with BluePrint is that it seems like you sit and watch a video, and do workbooks, and there is very little if any interaction between me and the person teaching.
That being said, what the recorded class does is allow you to split it up, take it at your own pace, and re-watch areas that are giving you trouble. You'll go over concepts with Matt/Trent, do problems, and then hear explanations for them.
Also, you'll have access to instructors to get any questions answered that you need. I'm at my computer for most of the day and you're always welcome to send me any specific questions about the LSAT/individual problems (this goes for any TLSer who is using our video course).
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