weathercoins wrote:mvonh001 wrote:I'm confused as all hell. I just did the first 40 questions of LR Necessary Assumption level 1 and got -1. Good job, right? lol
Anyway, the next day i attempted to do the same thing with the first 40 level 2, but i ended up with -9. All of them being on tests 1-9. on the following tests of 9 - 18 i only got -1... What should i do. I plan on completing the rest of level 1's tomorrow and level 2's the following day. And i will probably go over some level 3's some time next week if I dont see a big improvement on the other level 2's... I have read that the LR from early tests is more difficult because the wording is a bit archaic, ANy thoughts?
Have you read the LRB? For me, I had a similar experience with level 1, but then I did levels 3 and 4, and did pretty terrible. I read the LRB (it's a short section) and that helped a good amount.
I think the easy ones (level 1) are just common sense, so it's almost a false sense of security. When I was done level 1, I was sure that I had this section down.
Ya i agree with that sense of security thing... But I have to attribute my mistakes to the PT# because after PT8, I fly through them with no errors. Well, not really fly through them, some of them i have a little to think about. But aside from the very seldom brain fart I get them all right. Im going to finish up my level 2's (foregoing the rest of 1's because I think I got those down) and then Ill try some of the level 3's. But I want to only do pre-PT30 questions so Ill focus on PT10-29 (instead of those 1's). How does that sound?
Which chapter of the MLSAT LR book should i go over to help solidify these necessary assumption questions (and sufficient assumption because that it was im going on to next)? I have trouble setting up which Cambridge sections to do after which chapters... Thanks