All three bibles

cccZillo
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All three bibles

Postby cccZillo » Thu Aug 05, 2010 1:45 am

So I have all three bibles to guide me as I study for the October retake. What's the best way to attack this: a little bit from each book at a time, or finish one bible and move on to the next? As is so often the case, I'm guessing this is just a matter of personal preference, but I was wondering if anyone had some advice.

(For what it's worth, I scored a 169 the first time around and am looking to tack on 3 or 4 points, so I don't have any major breakthroughs I need to make)

Thanks for the help.

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kazu
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Re: All three bibles

Postby kazu » Thu Aug 05, 2010 1:49 am

I didn't do the RC bible, but for LG and LR I did both together. (alternating between 1~2 chapters LR & 1~2 chapters LG). I finished the LG book earlier though, and after I finished I started doing actual sections/PTs.

Hope this helps :)

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Re: All three bibles

Postby arean.ryan » Thu Aug 05, 2010 1:53 am

kazu wrote:I didn't do the RC bible, but for LG and LR I did both together. (alternating between 1~2 chapters LR & 1~2 chapters LG). I finished the LG book earlier though, and after I finished I started doing actual sections/PTs.

Hope this helps :)


Roughly how many hours a day/days a week were you reading using these techniques? How long did it take you to finish?

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Re: All three bibles

Postby Hedwig » Thu Aug 05, 2010 2:03 am

I didn't use the RC Bible, but I raced through LGB and LRG separately. I'd do them separately.

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Re: All three bibles

Postby kazu » Thu Aug 05, 2010 2:10 am

arean.ryan wrote:
kazu wrote:I didn't do the RC bible, but for LG and LR I did both together. (alternating between 1~2 chapters LR & 1~2 chapters LG). I finished the LG book earlier though, and after I finished I started doing actual sections/PTs.

Hope this helps :)


Roughly how many hours a day/days a week were you reading using these techniques? How long did it take you to finish?

I finished LGB in 2 weeks, LRB took a bit longer. I did them alternate days - something like games on mon/wed/fri, lr on tue/thurs/sat, whatever I felt like I needed to do on Sunday. Once I finished the LGB I started doing sections on those days instead.

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Re: All three bibles

Postby ArchRoark » Thu Aug 05, 2010 3:49 am

Personally I did LR---> LG bible... no particular reason, it was just the order I bought them in.

Never did RC bible

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Re: All three bibles

Postby sgtgrumbles » Thu Aug 05, 2010 8:08 am

I did LGB all the way through, then started on LRB, which I'm working through now.

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Re: All three bibles

Postby LSU Undergrad » Thu Aug 05, 2010 8:56 pm

I did logic bible first all at once and I have been doing the LR bible piecemeal for about 2 months now (on page 475 or so). I read the RC bible in between the two, but I really didn't get much benefit from it. Basically there are about 40 pages in there that are worth your time.

It seems to be working well for me.

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Re: All three bibles

Postby arean.ryan » Fri Aug 06, 2010 12:13 am

kazu wrote:I finished LGB in 2 weeks, LRB took a bit longer. I did them alternate days - something like games on mon/wed/fri, lr on tue/thurs/sat, whatever I felt like I needed to do on Sunday. Once I finished the LGB I started doing sections on those days instead.


you think I got knock out the LGB and LRB in 4 weeks at 6 hours a day?




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