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This is for anyone who has never taken a real LSAT. I brought my highlighter for the RC sections so I could quickly reference things because I figured the crappy paper they print the tests on would make seeing my little marks difficult. THis was a HORRIBLE idea. The paper sucked up the highlighter fluid like a sponge, and it bled through multiple pages of my test. I would sincerely recommend again using a highlighter on this thing, just learn to write darker, or another strategy.
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Really? Was my booklet paper of better quality? Mine used similar grey papers, seemingly rough but were actually very smooth and because I had used to this, I used only a green highlighter (was a Germany-made "Stabilo Boss") for LR and RC. Used pencils only for filling in the ovals and the essay.