LSAT Old Tests VS New Tests

polyester
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LSAT Old Tests VS New Tests

Postby polyester » Wed Jun 09, 2010 4:04 pm

I'm taking the LSAT in October and I started practicing for LSATS with fairly recent tests (one in the 50s and some in the 30s).

I've now gone to do the older tests.

With the RC I'm all over the map, but my real problem is LR. When I was doing the PTs in the 30s I was guessing maybe a few questions, and the rest of the mistakes were just stupid ones. For the older ones I find that I'm clueless about a handful of questions on pretty much every LR section. My scores are still around the same range still because I've improved in the LG, but am I just getting worse at this or is the older LR just genuinely more confusing?

TOMaHULK
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Re: LSAT Old Tests VS New Tests

Postby TOMaHULK » Wed Jun 09, 2010 4:21 pm

The test in the high 20's-30's have much harder LG sections in my opinion, and much easier LR/RC sections.

IMO-50's + are easier LG sections, and harder RC and LR.

lsatlsat
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Re: LSAT Old Tests VS New Tests

Postby lsatlsat » Wed Jun 09, 2010 4:25 pm

TOMaHULK wrote:The test in the high 20's-30's have much harder LG sections in my opinion, and much easier LR/RC sections.

IMO-50's + are easier LG sections, and harder RC and LR.


I concur.




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