waldodanto wrote:PwnLaw wrote:I like this analysis.
I'm putting this in my next email to you. Yeah, I'm the annoying UCLA kid who emails you all the time. I swear I don't come to this site that much, but I always seem to be here on the nights you are bored, soliciting questions. Now give that poor kid some LSAT tips
Haha, sup man. I'm just trying to keep up with the thread between Fifa 2010 games.
LSAT question will take some thought, but if he's at a 165 cold then he should be fine with exposure to the test over a prolonged period. He already innately grasps a lot of the basic tricks. I used to develop very specific study plans based off of diagnostic analysis and score ranges, but that takes a lot of time and effort.
If I were him I'd split up everything into question types and then spend about a month going each type until he recognizes all of the patterns. I found that to be the most effective way of learning early on. Just doing preptests really undermines the pattern recognition process.