Comparative Passages

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Comparative Passages

Postby nosleeptillsuccess » Sun Nov 11, 2012 9:31 am

What's your approach?

I spend alot of time on these comparative RC passages...

Also are older PTs harder or easier than the new ones.. I have already taken 2007 all the way to 2011 and now I'm about to start at year 2000 and take it up to 2006..

I'm hoping that my scores on these older ones will reflect how well I may do on the new LSAT and that I'm not going to be surprised...


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Re: Comparative Passages

Postby CR2012 » Mon Nov 12, 2012 6:47 am

I usually read the first one, annotating as I usually do. Then I read the second one and try to identify its relationship to the first passage. You know you are going to get questions about what they agree/disagree on, so its very important to absorb their relationship to each other, and to the topic they are addressing.

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