scandk wrote:timegoesbytoofast wrote:Hello everyone! =)
I was wondering if anyone found the Cambridge LR Drill Pkgs useful?
I have powerscore books for drilling but only around 30 questions for each type of LR,
and I will be receiving the Manhattan LR and the Trainer in the mail next week.
I think the powerscore drilling books were ok, but I prefered cambridge because 1) it distinguished between levels of difficulty (I don't remember if powerscore did this; I feel like they didn't but it's been a while since I've used it so...), 2) they were in PDF form so I was able to print and re-print them as necessary/cut out specific questions, and 3) most importantly, Cambridge has, for most LR types, significantly more than 30 questions of that type. just my $0.02
Powerscores definitely doesn't do difficulty formally. It sort of gets harder as you go along but its hardly level 3 or 4 drilling type. I would also recommend the packets. If you can master and fly through level 3s and 4s you will be good to go for that question type most times when it appears and since there are so many question types to practice on LR, I think that's the best way to go.