First things first a little about myself, I am out of college and graduated in 2013, I'm 27 years old, I have no kids (to my knowledge), and I have a fantastic support system around me. I'm from Houston Texas, the greatest city in the world (go Astros). My undergrad GPA leaves a lot to be desired, so I know that if I want to get into a solid law school, I'll have to crush my LSAT. I'm not trying to get into an Ivy League school or even a top 25 school. Realistically, a school in the top 50 range would be ideal for me.
I have been in contact with Dave Killoran on Twitter since January of 2017, asking him random questions about the LSAT, bouncing ideas off of him about my prep and patterns that I saw on many LSAT tests, and getting feedback from him. He has been integral to my understanding and my progress. I took PowerScore's full in-person prep course from December 17, 2016 to February 2, 2017 and I loved it. The professor I had was amazing. I plan on taking the September LSAT in 2017, so I am still on my grind just like everyone else. Through our months of conversations I've given some constructive criticism of PowerScore, pointed out what I loved about the class, and what I do to improve. He felt that what I was sharing was valuable enough to be blogged about. So here I am.
Many of the things I've learned took me 2 months to fully grasp. Many sleepless nights, many days forgetting to eat, hours reading blogs and doing research, many missed questions and overlooked assumptions. Let my pain and agony be the shining light in your path.