WaltGrace83 wrote: mist4bison wrote:
louierodriguez wrote:Let me tell you about my unproductive weekend
20 Logic Games
50 Strengthen questions timed (All level 1) -10
50 Weaken questions timed (All level 1) -10
I cut out every question I got wrong or circled and highlighted the correct answer.
I disposed of all the questions I got correct
Watched 7sage explanations for 6 different games
Went through a few chapters in the Trainer
Do most people dispose of the questions they answered correctly? I made two copies of all Cambridge packets and planned on drilling everything twice, whether I got it correct or not. Is that too much?
I don't. I am a little confused by this too. Care to explain louie?
Well because I cut out the questions I got wrong I don't want to have loose sheets of paper with 1/4 the page missing. I figure I'll just throw away all the questions I got right because it's a line of reasoning I understand and don't really need to dwell on those. I have a nice stack of questions I got wrong and I can review those at any time I want. I also cut out the questions I circled and as an indication of being "not sure of" even if I got them right so I can instill in myself that logical line of reasoning.
mist4bison wrote:Just wondering, how do you time yourself for the LR Cambridge problem sets? Do you give yourself 1.5mins for each problem or do you do 24-26 problems for the level 1, and give yourself 30-35mins to do them?
Over the weekend I was mainly doing 10 questions timed. I did 15 questions timed twice and I did 20 questions timed once. I'll keep switching it up. I'm going to get creative with it. By the end of my drilling I'd like to be able to do 100 LR questions straight in a timely fashion. Last night I did 8 Logic games in 45 minutes.
At a minimum I'll go through all the LR questions twice. My idea behind that is simply because that's what Jaylawyer is doing. I may end up going through them three times if time permits.
izzy895 wrote:I'm worried about the huge span until June and adjusting to working full time and studying. Anyone in a similar situation?
I'm worried it's not enough time to fully prepare.
WaltGrace83 wrote:You need a LSAT/life balance!
The LSAT is my life.