Advice on Long-winded Stimuli

jjlaw
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Advice on Long-winded Stimuli

Postby jjlaw » Sat Feb 27, 2010 5:42 pm

Does anyone have advice on understanding or de-constructing long-winded stimuli, especially for Must Be True questions? I'm practicing out of the Kaplan LSAT Mastery book, and am stuck on the last 5 questions in the Inference section. I don't find the Kaplan explanations especially helpful in learning how to de-construct long-winded stimuli efficiently and quickly. Does anyone have any advice on how to approach this?

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Re: Advice on Long-winded Stimuli

Postby Mattalones » Sat Feb 27, 2010 5:49 pm

jjlaw wrote:Does anyone have advice on understanding or de-constructing long-winded stimuli, especially for Must Be True questions? I'm practicing out of the Kaplan LSAT Mastery book, and am stuck on the last 5 questions in the Inference section. I don't find the Kaplan explanations especially helpful in learning how to de-construct long-winded stimuli efficiently and quickly. Does anyone have any advice on how to approach this?

... a deep breath :-) ... j/k. PM me the questions and I'll help you out (not allowed to post them). I love LR!!! :)




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