Is more reading the answer?

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Is more reading the answer?

Postby tyler90az » Fri May 31, 2013 4:58 pm

Is LSAT level reading an effective way to improve on LR and RC?

For me, it seems like I drift off when taking the test. This wastes invaluable time causing me to read over and not comprehend the passage.

What reading do you recommend?

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Re: Is more reading the answer?

Postby crestor » Fri May 31, 2013 5:05 pm

Economist and get rid of fb

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Re: Is more reading the answer?

Postby Brixton » Sat Jun 01, 2013 10:21 am

Just read, period. Become a prolific reader and it can only help. I try to read a new book every week and mix in a variety. This week I read Atlas Shrugged, next week I'm going to read Wicked. Not everything you read must be brilliant, high-minded material, just read. Read about current affairs, science, fiction, and non-fiction. I tend to read a lot of science papers only because the better half is a scientist and I found that has helped me devour the science related reading comprehension passages with ease.

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Re: Is more reading the answer?

Postby princeR » Sat Jun 01, 2013 10:30 am

Brixton wrote:Just read, period. Become a prolific reader and it can only help. I try to read a new book every week and mix in a variety. This week I read Atlas Shrugged, next week I'm going to read Wicked. Not everything you read must be brilliant, high-minded material, just read. Read about current affairs, science, fiction, and non-fiction. I tend to read a lot of science papers only because the better half is a scientist and I found that has helped me devour the science related reading comprehension passages with ease.

You read AS in a week? That is very impressive. I agree with others thoughts, I just try to get at least 1 hour of reading in a day.

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Re: Is more reading the answer?

Postby sublime » Sat Jun 01, 2013 10:32 am

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Re: Is more reading the answer?

Postby princeR » Sat Jun 01, 2013 10:42 am

sublime wrote:Tips on balancing "extra reading" with heavy LSAT prep and a full time job? I seem to feel bad if I am reading intead of doing actual prep. Also, is it more beneficial to drill a RC section or read the economist?

What is your current regular work day/study schedule?

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