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i took the lsat in june and scored a 156, my logic games was a perfect, and i received a few wrong on lr, but my reading comp is what killed me...i have been working full time this summer for my internship and now that it is over i have these 5 little weeks left to improve my reading comprehension score..im aiming for a 160..any advice anyone? I also took the testmasters.net class but i dont believe their strategy for attacking the rc section is working for me.
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I would try to do 3 passages perfectly in the time allotted and guess on the last passage. If you can do that you should easily get 18-20 right on RC and replicate LG perfection or close to it along with only getting a few wrong in LR you should easily reach 160.
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I've started to work on through the Manhattan LSAT Reading Comp book and it offers pretty solid advice. It isn't too long either, so it should be do-able to get through in at most a week. I would definitely consider investing in it!
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