Q: Which LSAT company has your best interests in mind?
- Apr 13, 2010
- Reviewed by: Matt Riley
A: The one willing to charge you $12,000 for LSAT prep. That’s right, Kaplan, America’s leader in LSAT prep, is offering a RESIDENTIAL LSAT program at Boston University this summer. To put that in perspective, courtside tickets to Game 3 of the NBA Finals start at $6,000 each.
No doubt this will fill up and prove quite profitable. Anyone out there considering Kaplan, this should be the example that turns you away.
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