Most helpful RC books/system?

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Most helpful RC books/system?

Postby Chambo » Tue Jan 31, 2012 1:51 pm

I'm planning on re-taking in June. I canceled last June, and wound up with a 166 in October due to bubbling error (avg PT ~170, could have had a 171).

I hammered out LG and LR last time around fairly well (-1 to -2 per section) just through massive amounts of drilling, but my RC scores plateaued at between -4 and -6. I took a TM class, and later on started using Voyager's guide, but eventually went back to annotating less.

Any advice on books/approaches to get me over this hump?


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Re: Most helpful RC books/system?

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Re: Most helpful RC books/system?

Postby gaud » Tue Jan 31, 2012 1:57 pm

Check out Manhattan. It easily helped me pick up a couple more RC points when I felt like I'd plateaued.

Their approach is different from every company I ever looked at (and I've taken the LSAT three times :? lol).

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