how are the Cambridge packets organized?

hos9903
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how are the Cambridge packets organized?

Postby hos9903 » Thu Jul 18, 2013 11:37 am

I'm going to buy some of the Cambridge question type packets to prepare for my retake. I didn't use them the first time around so I have a question:

Are the packets broken down into "sections" to allow for timed practice? Or am I going to have to pick out a certain group of questions myself and set a timer?


Also, any other general advice for someone retaking who has gone through a good amount of material from the first test? Between PTs and timed sections, I'm worried I'll continue to find myself in the middle of a PT and realize i've already done that section.

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Re: how are the Cambridge packets organized?

Postby mindarmed » Thu Jul 18, 2013 12:14 pm

hos9903 wrote:I'm going to buy some of the Cambridge question type packets to prepare for my retake. I didn't use them the first time around so I have a question:

Are the packets broken down into "sections" to allow for timed practice? Or am I going to have to pick out a certain group of questions myself and set a timer?


Also, any other general advice for someone retaking who has gone through a good amount of material from the first test? Between PTs and timed sections, I'm worried I'll continue to find myself in the middle of a PT and realize i've already done that section.



LR is broken down by difficulty, LG is broken down by individual game.

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Re: how are the Cambridge packets organized?

Postby kiyoku » Mon Jul 22, 2013 8:31 am

What kind of categorization does cambridge LR follow?

Is it similar to powerscore's categorization or another company's?

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Re: how are the Cambridge packets organized?

Postby mindarmed » Mon Jul 22, 2013 9:04 am

kiyoku wrote:What kind of categorization does cambridge LR follow?

Is it similar to powerscore's categorization or another company's?


powerscore for the most part, there are NA and SA packages instead of what powerscore calls NA and SA (i think it's assumption and justify the conclusion)

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Re: how are the Cambridge packets organized?

Postby Cambridge LSAT » Mon Jul 22, 2013 12:03 pm

kiyoku wrote:What kind of categorization does cambridge LR follow?

Is it similar to powerscore's categorization or another company's?

We have a comparison table on our LSAT question types page (scroll down).




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