The classroom material is presented in a logical, "building-block"
progression, starting with basic principles and definitions in early
Lessons, proceeding to major Questions types and processes, then
minor Question types and higher-level tricks in the middle Lessons,
before finishing up with big-picture issues of speeding up without
losing accuracy, and timing/pacing/and intelligent-guessing techniques.
The live PracTests start up around the middle of the Course, and,
along with the MidTerm and Final, are all live-reviewed by an instructor
who addresses individual student questions. Obviously, this is a
more effective learning experience than self-administering exams,
and reading generic answers that are not only predicated on inferior
techniques, but give you no means whatsoever of addressing YOUR
specific concerns if they're not the same as everyone else's
-- and they often won't be.