Each of my courses is designed to be a complete preparation resource, consisting of three parts:
1. A complete set of training videos covering every aspect of getting ready for the test
2. A video walkthrough of me applying my techniques in real time to an entire real practice test
3. A members-only forum where you can ask me any questions you might have about preparation
The only other thing I would recommend you purchase is a set of real, official practice questions from the company that makes your test (not from Kaplan, Princeton Review, Barrons, McGraw-Hill, or any other third-party publisher).
You’ll need to buy these practice questions because you’ll want to try them out before test day to make sure you’re mastering the ideas correctly. They need to be official questions from the company that makes the real test so you can be sure that what you encounter in your practice sessions will accurately reflect what you’ll see when you take the test for real.
I should also point out that the testing companies offer free practice tests and free question sets. Some people are able to get the techniques down from just working with those free materials, but most people will choose to buy some more practice tests. You can usually get a set of practice tests in a book for around $20 (and frequently for much less on Amazon.com).
As a side note, I always emphasize quality over quantity when it comes to practice. It’s much better to spend time thoroughly understanding one practice test than it is to make yourself do twenty of them without pausing to review them, and to make sure you’re improving your understanding of the test itself.