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Re: first full practice test

Postby incompetentia » Mon Aug 01, 2011 1:16 am

Considering that you only went over time on LG, you're in great shape. Don't neglect LR/RC, of course, but obviously you know where most of your study should be at this point. From here on out, I would take only timed PTs (and even think about reducing the time to compensate for the test-day atmosphere).

What is your typical plan of attack on a game? How much time do you spend diagramming/setting up/making inferences in a typical game?

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Re: first full practice test

Postby acrossthelake » Mon Aug 01, 2011 1:20 am

Practice, pure practice. I went from not being able to finish the last 1-2 questions to being able to do the entire section in 25-30mins by practice. I did all the logic games I could get cheaply. You're in great shape for Oct.

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Re: first full practice test

Postby firemed » Mon Aug 01, 2011 1:23 am

acrossthelake wrote:You're in great shape for Oct.


And practice as she said as well. LG was my weakness, but after a few months I improved my speed by about 50% (3 games instead of 2 complete). I mean, I wasn't amazing at the LSAT, but I can say that practicing LG combined with the LG bible made a HUGE difference in my final score.

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