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Re: First Diagnostic Today

Postby Geetar Man » Sun Mar 11, 2012 11:59 pm

Powerscore's Logical Reasoning Bible is a good place to start.


But reviewing the questions (and answer choices) you missed/had trouble with is best. The quality of your review matters more than the quantity. Of course, the more questions you review the more familiar you'll become with the test. You have a great starting point and I think that maybe you should look into cambridge's hardest LSAT question bundle, assuming you missed some of the harder questions.


Again, great starting point. Don't get cocky with your score, but study diligently from here on out. I think you have enough time to score well in June. Good luck!

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