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I think the advice they give is to just write something in LG section if you're panicking. This advice holds true for LR as well. Read arguments and write something, anything, about each one before u look at answer choices .... Helps me not have to reread stimulus and keeps me pressed for time such that I'm forced to stay in the zone
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