Ok so I'm in the TM class and they tell me to read the stimulus first and yadayadaya
Basically I just want to learn how to approach all of these questions.
for example do you search for conclusion first in all types of questions?
do you underline and circle?
what is your mentality when approaching these questions on the actual LSAT?
stuff like that.
The TM class fills my head with a lot of A arrow B stuff, but I want to know what goes through a successful test takers head when writing this exam.
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I rarely write on LR problems unless it's parallel/matching Qs. I read the stim. If the stim helps, I keep it in mind when I read the Q. If it's something that I need to think about after reading the Q, then I don't finish reading the stim. It's very much up to you as a test-taker to determine what's better imo, no superior strategy.
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