Next 10 Tests 29 - 38 broken down by question type

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Next 10 Tests 29 - 38 broken down by question type

Postby ap613 » Wed Sep 21, 2011 11:25 am

Was wondering if anyone broke down these tests by question type (For LR/LG). Was hoping to go through Next 10 doing questions by type i.e. all main point questions, weaken, parallel reasoning then relative ordering, in/out, etc. Sorry if this was posted elsewhere couldn't do a specific enough search and didn't see it in anything up top. Thanks.

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Re: Next 10 Tests 29 - 38 broken down by question type

Postby Easy-E » Wed Sep 21, 2011 11:33 am

ap613 wrote:Was wondering if anyone broke down these tests by question type (For LR/LG). Was hoping to go through Next 10 doing questions by type i.e. all main point questions, weaken, parallel reasoning then relative ordering, in/out, etc. Sorry if this was posted elsewhere couldn't do a specific enough search and didn't see it in anything up top. Thanks.


I think Cambridge might sell a book of these? But I'm not aware of it online for free. And I could be wrong about both.

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Re: Next 10 Tests 29 - 38 broken down by question type

Postby ap613 » Wed Sep 21, 2011 11:37 am

I think they do have something similar, but the main benefit is buying the questions. I'm more just looking for a list from someone who might have categorized the questions on their own by type, kind of like an index for the Next 10 book. I have the questions in the book, just need was wondering if anyone had already categorized them and would be willing to share.

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Re: Next 10 Tests 29 - 38 broken down by question type

Postby Easy-E » Wed Sep 21, 2011 11:56 am

ap613 wrote:I think they do have something similar, but the main benefit is buying the questions. I'm more just looking for a list from someone who might have categorized the questions on their own by type, kind of like an index for the Next 10 book. I have the questions in the book, just need was wondering if anyone had already categorized them and would be willing to share.



This should help. I'd assume theirs some way to just sort the list by type, or you could just jot them down.

http://www.mediafire.com/?xdt0yuatzmd

Courtesy of the LSAT Blog

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Re: Next 10 Tests 29 - 38 broken down by question type

Postby ap613 » Wed Sep 21, 2011 12:28 pm

This is perfect, thank you!




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