BillPackets wrote:MTH2 wrote:I see little merit in purchasing the Cambridge packets for the sole purpose of drilling. Do not mistake my opinion, they are a great company and offer a valuable service to their respective market through other means. However, the company performed a duty that, anyone who is somewhat serious about this test could, assuming certain factors, make the effort to accomplish by: collecting the necessary preptests (the method of retrieval and repercussions are your own); saving to HD and/or printing them out for continuous use; locating the sticky within this board index thread that organizes the LR questions by type; the LSAT Blog webpage that offers the same complimentary service as the sticky thread; and finally, drilling all the of questions however you choose. Pertaining to LG and RC, if you are not signed up for a free account with 7Sage and Manhattan and their respective programs, you should do so immediately so you can utilize their descriptions and solutions (between the two companies) of virtually every problem for every single preptest. With respect to 7Sage, they will be your guide for organizing the LG problems you obtain, as well as to understand how the problems are designed and conquered. With respect to Manhattan, they will guide you through the description, organization, and solution to all of the LR and RC problems you will drill. Someone who isn't me, performed what would have been a credit card charge for the service and convenience, in under an hour for free.
You must hang out in drug forums, SWIM. You could do that. I bought the Cambridge packets. I have no regrets. I have them on PDF. I think it's worthwhile.
Drugs are bad news and ruin lives. I've never smoked a cigarette in my life and I had my first cup of coffee at 23.