My worst section was always LG and then LR so I went through the LRB and LGB--just finished the LGB and was acheiving -2 -- -0 on the games in the book. So I moved on to the "10 actual, official LSAT preptests" and have been going through only the games to get practice and see how I score on those sections. Problem is, I'm averaging between 3-4 wrong per game and I don't know why. I'm still not improving in LR and I tried a testmasters course online but I did not like the way they explained things. What would you suggest I do differently?
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The games have changed over time. Try taking some of the PTs in the 50s, which is what the bible was written for.
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Those are pretty dated and LG is easily the section most affected by time. You ought to take some of the more recent ones (I'd suggest easing into it with the 40s because they are probably the easiest while still feeling modern and plus you don't want the most recent which are useful for full length PTs closer to test day).
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