Waddling Thunder responds to my response to his response to my post about LSAT prep courses being a waste of time and money. I think we agree completely. Only quibble I've got with his latest post is the last line, and it's more a quibble with my original post than with his post -- his post makes it seem like I think people who are scoring below 160 should in fact take a course. I really don't. Practice tests (real questions! not fake test-prep-company-written ones!) are the way to go. If you don't have the willpower to take some LSAT practice tests without an underpaid prep-course instructor forcing you too, is law school really the place for you? And, just to clarify, I never actually taught a prep-course. I did the training but it was too late in the cycle for me to teach a whole course before law school started last fall... but it was still interesting to go through the process and see the materials they use and strategies they teach.