How to find the explanations for PT 1-38

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SJU2010
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How to find the explanations for PT 1-38

Postby SJU2010 » Tue Aug 10, 2010 5:17 pm

I have just bought the Next 10 (PT's 29-38) and 10 More (PT's 19-28) in addition to all my Bibles and the Power Score Game Type Training Book. Unfortunately I had NO idea that the Next 10, 10 More, and the Game Type Training do not include EXPLANATIONS, just the answers. Can someone direct me to where I can get the explanations to all these?

Thanks

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Re: How to find the explanations for PT 1-38

Postby ly2010 » Tue Aug 10, 2010 7:43 pm

I've always referred to the Kaplan Mastery or my lesson books for explanations (from the actual prep courses). From what I know, I think LSAC only offers 3 full length explanations (Superprep).

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Re: How to find the explanations for PT 1-38

Postby pkpop » Tue Aug 10, 2010 7:52 pm

Threads in TLS & the Atlas LSAT forum do a pretty good job of explaining some questions.

But I find the best explanations are the ones you eventually figure out yourself.

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Re: How to find the explanations for PT 1-38

Postby pimpalicious1 » Tue Aug 10, 2010 10:09 pm

pkpop wrote:
But I find the best explanations are the ones you eventually figure out yourself.


I second that. If you sit there and keep trying to figure it out, in most cases it will eventually come to you. Doing that also helps you learn much better than looking at someone's explanation. If you really get stuck on something, just post something on here about it and someone will help you out.

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Re: How to find the explanations for PT 1-38

Postby kazu » Tue Aug 10, 2010 10:16 pm

pimpalicious1 wrote:
pkpop wrote:
But I find the best explanations are the ones you eventually figure out yourself.


I second that. If you sit there and keep trying to figure it out, in most cases it will eventually come to you. Doing that also helps you learn much better than looking at someone's explanation. If you really get stuck on something, just post something on here about it and someone will help you out.


+2... a lot of prep test company's explanations aren't adequate (sometimes they're just plain-out wrong) and figuring it out yourself definitely helps you learn better.




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