Last Call for Help to get from 160s to 170s

steven21
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Last Call for Help to get from 160s to 170s

Postby steven21 » Fri Aug 23, 2013 12:33 am

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magickware
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Re: Last Call for Help to get from 160s to 170s

Postby magickware » Fri Aug 23, 2013 1:10 am

In my experience, most LR question types are extremely predictable. That is, LSAC has a finite (and a reasonable # at that) of ways that they can frame or create any given question type. As such, once you understand and recognize them, LR will no longer be an issue. The hardest LR questions either intentionally subvert said predictable formula, or they just use really convoluted language/logic/passage structure to confuse you.

Obviously, it takes a while to be able to understand and recognize them...

-Can you recognize the argument for the vast majority of assumption family questions? If not, then you really need to work on this. Take the time to just look for the arguments and see what assumption is required. Besides principle questions, all assumption family questions have some sort of assumption required.

If you have the MLSAT LR book, just read it until you memorize it. Then do lots of questions.

steven21
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Re: Last Call for Help to get from 160s to 170s

Postby steven21 » Fri Aug 23, 2013 1:36 am

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