Are there any cheaper books by prep companies having fake RC

jim-green
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Are there any cheaper books by prep companies having fake RC

Postby jim-green » Wed Apr 20, 2011 3:36 pm

Folks, I have pretty much seen all the PT RC passages, yet my RC scores are not too good. But redoing RC passages, I remember all the answers. Need some more practice. What do you recommend? I could read LSAT-sizes passages from journals and formulate the main point, author's purpose, and organization. Or I could buy the $70 Cambridge LSAT book of PTs 1-8, 17, 39 and 40. I already got it last year and filled it in, so I do know the passages, but haven't done them in 3 months. Don't want to spend the $70 again.
Are there any cheaper books by prep companies having fake RC passages?

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Re: Are there any cheaper books by prep companies having fake RC

Postby soj » Wed Apr 20, 2011 3:38 pm

Do you really remember all the answers? When I redo a passage, I sometimes remember the gist of the passage, but I tend not to remember the answers. Which explains my -5. :lol: Have you tried redoing some RC passages you did near the beginning of your studies?

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Re: Are there any cheaper books by prep companies having fake RC

Postby Easy-E » Wed Apr 20, 2011 3:39 pm

jim-green wrote:Folks, I have pretty much seen all the PT RC passages, yet my RC scores are not too good. But redoing RC passages, I remember all the answers. Need some more practice. What do you recommend? I could read LSAT-sizes passages from journals and formulate the main point, author's purpose, and organization. Or I could buy the $70 Cambridge LSAT book of PTs 1-8, 17, 39 and 40. I already got it last year and filled it in, so I do know the passages, but haven't done them in 3 months. Don't want to spend the $70 again.
Are there any cheaper books by prep companies having fake RC passages?



Don't just retake your previous tests. Review them, see if there are question types you consistently got wrong, basically figure out why you're getting the wrong answers. Reading other, dense materials can help, but I would think only if you have a substantial amount of time before your test day. I could certainly be wrong, but I don't think you can approve your natural reading ability in a short span of time.

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Re: Are there any cheaper books by prep companies having fake RC

Postby jim-green » Wed Apr 20, 2011 8:12 pm

soj wrote:Do you really remember all the answers? When I redo a passage, I sometimes remember the gist of the passage, but I tend not to remember the answers. Which explains my -5. :lol: Have you tried redoing some RC passages you did near the beginning of your studies?
Thanks! Unfortunately, I remember all the answers. I get them all right on retake.




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