LR bundle from cambridge lsat

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LR bundle from cambridge lsat

Postby am060459 » Wed Aug 18, 2010 1:40 am

i bought the LR bundle from cambridge lsat. the following is a list of questions types that it comes with.

Must Be True
Most Strongly Supported
Complete the Passage
Cannot Be True
Main Conclusion
Point
Necessary Assumption
Sufficient Assumption
Strengthen
Weaken
Evaluate
Method (Argument)
Method (Statement)
Flaw
Parallel (Valid)
Parallel (Flaw)
Paradox
Principle (Identify)
Principle (Apply)

i was wondering in what order should i do this. according the the LRB, must be true should be the first type of questions i do because it incorporates the basic fundamentals of LR.

should i just go down the list as is or rearrange?

thanks.

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Re: LR bundle from cambridge lsat

Postby Knock » Wed Aug 18, 2010 1:52 am

I'd review a chapter from the LRB, then do the corresponding section(s) from the bundle. I'd also follow the order of the LRB. Good luck on the Oct. test man, i'm pulling for ya :).

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Re: LR bundle from cambridge lsat

Postby am060459 » Wed Aug 18, 2010 2:02 am

Knockglock wrote:I'd review a chapter from the LRB, then do the corresponding section(s) from the bundle. I'd also follow the order of the LRB. Good luck on the Oct. test man, i'm pulling for ya :).


true that. thanks man.

did u make a final decision on retaking? i voted retake.

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Re: LR bundle from cambridge lsat

Postby Knock » Wed Aug 18, 2010 2:03 am

am060459 wrote:
Knockglock wrote:I'd review a chapter from the LRB, then do the corresponding section(s) from the bundle. I'd also follow the order of the LRB. Good luck on the Oct. test man, i'm pulling for ya :).


true that. thanks man.

did u make a final decision on retaking? i voted retake.


Without completely committing, i'm going to start studying when I get back from vacation in about 2 weeks. Leaves me basically 5 weeks of time to prepare for my retake. I'm planning on taking ~15 five sectioners, we'll see how it goes. If i'm feeling strong I will retake.

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Re: LR bundle from cambridge lsat

Postby am060459 » Wed Aug 18, 2010 2:20 am

Knockglock wrote:
am060459 wrote:
Knockglock wrote:I'd review a chapter from the LRB, then do the corresponding section(s) from the bundle. I'd also follow the order of the LRB. Good luck on the Oct. test man, i'm pulling for ya :).


true that. thanks man.

did u make a final decision on retaking? i voted retake.


Without completely committing, i'm going to start studying when I get back from vacation in about 2 weeks. Leaves me basically 5 weeks of time to prepare for my retake. I'm planning on taking ~15 five sectioners, we'll see how it goes. If i'm feeling strong I will retake.



really wish i had that option :(

scored a 159 in june. looking for a 161+. good luck.

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Re: LR bundle from cambridge lsat

Postby Knock » Wed Aug 18, 2010 2:25 am

am060459 wrote:
Knockglock wrote:
am060459 wrote:
Knockglock wrote:I'd review a chapter from the LRB, then do the corresponding section(s) from the bundle. I'd also follow the order of the LRB. Good luck on the Oct. test man, i'm pulling for ya :).


true that. thanks man.

did u make a final decision on retaking? i voted retake.


Without completely committing, i'm going to start studying when I get back from vacation in about 2 weeks. Leaves me basically 5 weeks of time to prepare for my retake. I'm planning on taking ~15 five sectioners, we'll see how it goes. If i'm feeling strong I will retake.



really wish i had that option :(

scored a 159 in june. looking for a 161+. good luck.


You got it man. Seriously you're putting in the work -- I know you'll get it. I'm here for you if you need anything, just let me know.

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Re: LR bundle from cambridge lsat

Postby am060459 » Wed Aug 18, 2010 2:28 am

thanks man. that really means a lot.

im happy with the 159 but i think i will be selling myself short if i dont give it another shot. plus i want some scholly money. looking into Penn State and other school in T2 (50-70).

do u think schools look at it negatively if one scores lower on a retake or even stays the same?
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Re: LR bundle from cambridge lsat

Postby Knock » Wed Aug 18, 2010 2:29 am

am060459 wrote:thanks man. that really means a lot.

im happy with the 159 but i think i will be selling myself short if i dont give it another shot. plus i want some scholly money. looking into Penn State and other school in T2 (50-70).

do u think schools at it negatively if one scores lower on a retake or even stays the same?


Nah, I think as long as you're not dropping a lot you're good, at least for schools that don't average; and I don't think Penn State averages.

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Re: LR bundle from cambridge lsat

Postby am060459 » Wed Aug 18, 2010 2:31 am

Knockglock wrote:
am060459 wrote:thanks man. that really means a lot.

im happy with the 159 but i think i will be selling myself short if i dont give it another shot. plus i want some scholly money. looking into Penn State and other school in T2 (50-70).

do u think schools at it negatively if one scores lower on a retake or even stays the same?


Nah, I think as long as you're not dropping a lot you're good, at least for schools that don't average; and I don't think Penn State averages.


yea thats what im figuring. if i can score 160+ i would be happy. this is coming from a cold diagnostic of 134 (got shook on cold diganostic so i left some blank and guessed).

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Re: LR bundle from cambridge lsat

Postby Knock » Wed Aug 18, 2010 2:32 am

am060459 wrote:
Knockglock wrote:
am060459 wrote:thanks man. that really means a lot.

im happy with the 159 but i think i will be selling myself short if i dont give it another shot. plus i want some scholly money. looking into Penn State and other school in T2 (50-70).

do u think schools at it negatively if one scores lower on a retake or even stays the same?


Nah, I think as long as you're not dropping a lot you're good, at least for schools that don't average; and I don't think Penn State averages.


yea thats what im figuring. if i can score 160+ i would be happy. this is coming from a cold diagnostic of 134 (got shook on cold diganostic so i left some blank and guessed).


You're gonna kill it come test day. My prediction is money from Penn State :). Now that we've already taken it once, we're going to be relaxed and know what it's like, and that's going to help us out a lot.

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Re: LR bundle from cambridge lsat

Postby am060459 » Wed Aug 18, 2010 2:36 am

Knockglock wrote:
am060459 wrote:
Knockglock wrote:
am060459 wrote:thanks man. that really means a lot.

im happy with the 159 but i think i will be selling myself short if i dont give it another shot. plus i want some scholly money. looking into Penn State and other school in T2 (50-70).

do u think schools at it negatively if one scores lower on a retake or even stays the same?


Nah, I think as long as you're not dropping a lot you're good, at least for schools that don't average; and I don't think Penn State averages.


yea thats what im figuring. if i can score 160+ i would be happy. this is coming from a cold diagnostic of 134 (got shook on cold diganostic so i left some blank and guessed).


You're gonna kill it come test day. My prediction is money from Penn State :). Now that we've already taken it once, we're going to be relaxed and know what it's like, and that's going to help us out a lot.


yea i hope that helps. i wasnt nervous on test day. i was pretty calm and hence scoring 1 point higher than my PT average.

will try to take a PT this weekend to see where im at. havent taken one yet and been studyiing for almost three weeks. taking the june 2007 test from princeton review.




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