NoodleyOne wrote:objection_your_honor wrote:mvonh001 wrote:That is definitely my problem I don't go over to review my questions after I'm done drilling them. I have to admit though that I am currently a bit burnt out by w drilling by type. I was thinking of just focusing on taking pts for the remaining 60 days and then reviewing the right and wrong answers the day after. How does that approach sound compared to drilling mercilessly? Mind you, after I take the pt and input it into lsatqa I would go over some questions of that type from my drilling packets. And after I take each pt I can review the answers with Kaplan explanations and from that learn why I got each lr wrong or right. Or do i need to figure out the questions I got wrong on my own before I look up explanations?
Also, I'm considering doing velocity any advice from that whole group of users on how much it will help my LR?
Assuming problems with LR, I think if you are scoring 170+ drilling by type is no longer as useful and you can focus on reviewing PT errors. If you are regularly below that, or semi-regularly under 165, I think that demonstrates a fundamental misunderstanding of one or more processes, and you should continue to drill by type with the goal to fix that.
Disagree. Drilling by type is never a bad idea. Keeping track of your stuff on LsatQA, you can find which ones creep up most often and address them. You also need to find out if certain TYPES are holding you up, or if it's simply more difficult questions regardless of type.
And yeah, I think if you are scoring 170+ with problems still on LG then it is likely a particular type or two causing issues. LSATQA FTW