PT39 LG question 6

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jimmyjamXII
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PT39 LG question 6

Postby jimmyjamXII » Tue May 08, 2012 3:40 pm

Is it just me or could that question be worded better? This one question messed up my whole section. I panicked and started rushing and went -7. I thought it was asking for the max one employee could attend. Its an incredibly easy question though. The wording was enough to throw me off.

Any strategies for dealing with panicking when you see a question you don't immediately get? When that happens I rush and make more mistakes.

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Re: PT39 LG question 6

Postby bruss » Tue May 08, 2012 11:54 pm

jimmyjamXII wrote:Is it just me or could that question be worded better? This one question messed up my whole section. I panicked and started rushing and went -7. I thought it was asking for the max one employee could attend. Its an incredibly easy question though. The wording was enough to throw me off.

Any strategies for dealing with panicking when you see a question you don't immediately get? When that happens I rush and make more mistakes.


just skip it and go back later. They always throw some bullshit question in with the easy ones. they will make the stim long and boring. when you see this just skip it and go back later.

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Re: PT39 LG question 6

Postby 03152016 » Wed May 09, 2012 4:31 am

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Re: PT39 LG question 6

Postby Manhattan LSAT Noah » Wed May 09, 2012 11:30 am

bruss wrote:
jimmyjamXII wrote:Is it just me or could that question be worded better? This one question messed up my whole section. I panicked and started rushing and went -7. I thought it was asking for the max one employee could attend. Its an incredibly easy question though. The wording was enough to throw me off.

Any strategies for dealing with panicking when you see a question you don't immediately get? When that happens I rush and make more mistakes.


just skip it and go back later. They always throw some bullshit question in with the easy ones. they will make the stim long and boring. when you see this just skip it and go back later.

And, to make this move easier, calculate how many you can get wrong on the test and still get your goal score (realistic goal score). Go and get that number of questions wrong. That mindset is more likely to result in you breaking through that than an actual attempt to do better than your goal during a test.

I might have written that in a totally convoluted way -tell me if it's unclear.




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