Take PT's in Order?

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Take PT's in Order?

Postby pizzabrosauce » Wed Nov 16, 2011 2:34 am

Hey everyone, I just ordered all available PT's in preparation for June test.

Is it best to do a randomized order? Or chronologically from old to most recent?

Interested in what your opinions!


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Re: Take PT's in Order?

Postby bhan87 » Wed Nov 16, 2011 2:43 am

Use one of the recent ones (not THE most recent) for your diagnostic. Any test after they introduced the comparative reading section will do.

Use the first 20 or so as scrap tests (working on specific question types, doing individual sections instead of full tests, etc). One resource I think you might find useful is Cambridge LSAT's Logical Reasoning by Type books (you can find it on amazon), which organizes the LR questions from various sets of LSATs by question type (Vol.1 is PT 1-20, Vol.2 is 21-40, etc.).

Use the rest in chronological order, but take the earlier scores with a grain of salt.

If you want to monitor your progress on recent exams, you can also stagger the order: 21, 41, 22, 42, 23, 43, etc.

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