Sun 17 Jul, 2005 12:55 am
When y'all get tired of me, just let me know.
Would it benefit me to buy Kaplan's prep software for the LSAT? IF not, what should I get (I cannot afford to drop a ton of money on a prep course).
Has anyone used a book called LSAT Secrets?
Thanks for the help. Once again, I am sorry for asking so many questions, but I must know what I am getting into and how to handle it when I do.
Never heard of "LSAT Secrets," but I'm familiar with the Kaplan materials for LSAT prep. In general, I think the prep books are a good investment, especially if you are self-motivated enough to study for the exam on your own. The LSAT has some peculiar quirks that you should know about before you sit down for the test (in particular, the logic games). The commercially available prep books out there (and Kaplan isn't the only one that publishes these books) can be very useful in this regard.