Guerrilla Logic wrote:
any tips for making LR drilling less of a grind? After ten Q's I look for a distraction, have to use my will to power through another 10 to 15.
Couple ways, both mental, to begin with it's always been my favorite section, and it has increased my habit to point out why people's statements are wrong. But I also look at it as a challenge, I'm also incredibly competitive, LSAC doesn't think I can get a 175+. Challenge accepted. Second, I previously hung a piece of paper above my desk with 180 on it for motivation, but I replaced it with a much lower score. Everyday I wake up, smile at the paper, do some games and take steps to prove LSAC wrong. You're well on your way to cutting LR to -0, now you just have to put in the hard work to get there.