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Postby 10052014 » Sun Dec 08, 2013 4:54 pm

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Re: How is the average LR section classified?

Postby retaking23 » Sun Dec 08, 2013 6:00 pm

jaylawyer09 wrote:Hello,

Im drilling LR cambridge, and was wondering how many difficulty ones, twos, threes, and fours, are in a average LR section.

tia


Just look at the back of the book where the questions are ordered by test and count 'em up by difficulty.

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Re: How is the average LR section classified?

Postby WaltGrace83 » Sun Dec 08, 2013 6:18 pm

I think I remember reading that there are only about 3-5 level 4s on each LR section, 3-5 level 3s, and lots of level 2s, and a handful of level 1s.

A harder section typically has 5 level 4s, 5 level 3s, 10 level 2s, and 5 level 1s. But this is going off of what could be a bad memory of what someone else speculated.

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Re: How is the average LR section classified?

Postby neprep » Sun Dec 08, 2013 6:21 pm

Your best bet is to look at SuperPreps A, B, and C. LSAC's explanations in that book come with question difficulty ratings.

LSAC calculates difficulty levels relative to the other questions on the test; so for example, if you take all the LRs on the test and arrange them in ascending order of difficulty, Level 5 would start roughly at the 80th percentile.

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Re: How is the average LR section classified?

Postby Nicolena. » Mon Dec 09, 2013 3:41 am

When you put your test into 7sage grader, you can see the LR type and difficulty. Maybe you could do this for a few tests and make an average.




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