Blueprint LSAT Prep's ongoing ask-an-instructor extravaganza

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Mq666
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Re: Blueprint LSAT Prep's ongoing ask-an-instructor extravaganza

Postby Mq666 » Mon Dec 05, 2016 3:18 pm

22 or 23 questions on logic game section of December 2016 lsat? Trying to reach a consensus. Thanks

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Re: Blueprint LSAT Prep's ongoing ask-an-instructor extravaganza

Postby aalvez » Mon Dec 05, 2016 6:06 pm

Blueprint Mithun wrote:By the way, I recently wrote a blog post over at Blueprint's blog, Most Strongly Supported, detailing my prep journey. It might be useful and/or inspiring for some of you, so give it a read. Feel free to ask me any questions about it, too!

https://blueprintlsat.com/lsatblog/lsat ... lvaratnam/



Just read your blog, I feel much better about my timeline. I started working on prep in October and I'm planning on taking February LSAT. I am working on logical reasoning, what strategies did you find good for this section? Right now I feel horrible about that section, I've heard mixed reviews about the LR Powerscore bible and I'm about 3 chapters in and haven't seen any diagramming yet. Did you find diagramming to be beneficial? If so, which book did you find had the best strategies for this section?

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Re: Blueprint LSAT Prep's ongoing ask-an-instructor extravaganza

Postby Blueprint Mithun » Thu Dec 08, 2016 4:49 pm

TXguy2016 wrote:Hello,

I was wondering is Blueprint planning on making a book for the LR section of the exam? If so, do you know a general timeframe as to when it might be released?

Thanks



Good question! I'm not actually sure myself, but I'll ask and let you know!


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