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LSAT Books vs Classes

undecidednatureundecidednature Registered User Posts: 28 New Member
Dear everyone

Is it recommended that I take a prep class before tackling the books, or should I only hard-study the books?
I wish to understand the best method to achieve high scores on the LSAT.

Thank you for any sort of responses.

Replies to: LSAT Books vs Classes

  • bluebayoubluebayou Registered User Posts: 24,409 Senior Member
    depends on your learning style. Some students need a classroom setting to motivate them to do the homework. Others work well independently.

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