Ginj wrote:I've been working through PT 27 as a sort of exercise to gauge where I am after taking a four month hiatus. My main issue in the past has been timing on LG (usually missing between 1 and 3), answering too hastily in RC (missing around 4 or 5) and picking the shell game answer on the more difficult LR, which will usually put me at around -6 per LR section. I know that LG and RC can be corrected with effort, but that damn LR. My Atlas LR guide is arriving today...
...please help me, Atlas. Please.
Taking PT 53 this weekend, timed. Slightly frightened.
I'm only 2/3 of the way through the atlas guide but it has helped me immensely, their system is great and gets you thinking about how best to attack the questions, i can't recommend it enough. have you noticed a trend in your problem areas though? i.e. i used to miss a lot of assumption/flaw questions, so i worked on those and they are not nearly the problem area that they used to be, in large part thanks to the atlas guide.
also in terms of my confusion yesterday with the whole conditional logic thing, i understand where i was going wrong now, so i apologize if i was a source of confusion. basically i think i just need to get as comfortable as possible with conditional reasoning and realizing what the stimuli are saying, and then the conditional aspect of it becomes much clearer. i was for sure tripping myself up just relying on the indicator words and not really considering what they meant. does anyone else have some experience with this or anything they'd recommend? thanks