manhattan logical reasoning

BrianP
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manhattan logical reasoning

Postby BrianP » Thu Mar 28, 2013 11:34 am

So I just started the logical reasoning book for manhattan. I was pretty happy because the first ten questions for the argument core section, I got right. Then the last five that were harder destroyed me. I was able to get the conclusion on some of them, but guessed wrong on a few premises. This does not bode well does it? :(

itachiuchiha
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Re: manhattan logical reasoning

Postby itachiuchiha » Thu Mar 28, 2013 11:35 am

finish the book, take an lr section then come back

Manhattan LSAT Noah
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Re: manhattan logical reasoning

Postby Manhattan LSAT Noah » Thu Mar 28, 2013 12:15 pm

BrianP wrote:So I just started the logical reasoning book for manhattan. I was pretty happy because the first ten questions for the argument core section, I got right. Then the last five that were harder destroyed me. I was able to get the conclusion on some of them, but guessed wrong on a few premises. This does not bode well does it? :(

In another sense, it's useful that those questions revealed some issues for you. Figure out why you struggled with them (not just "oh, now I see what it is"). It's expected that you won't have mastered the moves right away. Keep in touch as you go through the book.

BrianP
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Re: manhattan logical reasoning

Postby BrianP » Thu Mar 28, 2013 2:18 pm

Manhattan LSAT Noah wrote:
BrianP wrote:So I just started the logical reasoning book for manhattan. I was pretty happy because the first ten questions for the argument core section, I got right. Then the last five that were harder destroyed me. I was able to get the conclusion on some of them, but guessed wrong on a few premises. This does not bode well does it? :(

In another sense, it's useful that those questions revealed some issues for you. Figure out why you struggled with them (not just "oh, now I see what it is"). It's expected that you won't have mastered the moves right away. Keep in touch as you go through the book.


Thank you.




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