PourMeTea wrote:You need this sort of familiarity for speed on the test. I don't know if this was the right approach, because even after my accuracy improved, the first time I timed a section, I bombed it. I probably could have guessed randomly and scored better.
This happened (is still happening) to me. I got really accustomed to over analyzing questions during my untimed drilling that I sort of started doing the same thing during timed sections.
PourMeTea wrote:10 in 10 and 15 in 15 is absolutely credited, but is obviously much easier once you've drilled all the questions by type. For most of the first 10 questions, and sometimes the first 15, I only need between 30-45 seconds. This frees up substantial time for the more time consuming parallel/difficult qs, which I am shit at. However, I think that after the 50s, the tests have begun to conform slightly less to the order of difficulty we're used to seeing and hearing about. I think that's irrelevant, sorry. I may have had a point but I've forgotten it over the course of the past two sentences.
This is true, the first 10 questions in the 50s then to have a few difficult/time consuming questions.
PourMeTea wrote:As for your 3rd tip, I would disregard this. Pre-phrasing ACs can be useful, but they can also land you in a trap. And, as I mentioned, LSAC seems to be switching up question difficulty order. Often, the credited answer can be something you didn't predict/something unexpected, and if you have pre-phrased it, there may very well be a trap answer that you immediately select, causing you to overlook the correct choice.
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