A.Taarabt7 wrote:someone answer my Question ( posted it before but everyone ignored it )
should I just print out all the pdfs of pt I own from 1-30 and just drill the assigned LR questions by type that way?( even if its 2 problems out of the entire 2 LR sections) or should I just read it off the CPU screen?
also in the LSAT Blog study guide he says to do time sections of LG
so when I repeat these sections the next day or within 3 days time, do I do them timed again or untimed?
I wouldn't do them off screen, since the test isn't going to be on a computer screen. I also like to highlight/cross out ACs during my elimination. I imagine if you're flexible enough, or you don't need to write down anything when answering problems, this method might work for you.
People pay the extra cost of the Cambridge bundles so they don't have to sift through individual PTs to drill only 1 type of problem. If you're strapped for cash and don't want to buy the bundles, I'd recommend using Adobe Extended edition to chop up your PT problems and make a new PDF of problems by type. This would take a considerable amount of time though, and the opportunity cost alone (time spent where you could just be studying) makes the Cambridge LR packets worth the cost, in my opinion.
As for LG, I've never done them untimed, first, second, third retries are usually an attempt to break an earlier record, whether its in time or accuracy, so it would make sense to time them every time.