mornincounselor wrote: gnomgnomuch wrote: mornincounselor wrote:
Just did the 4 games from PT 46.
BLAZED through games 1-3, making only 2 stupid mistake, in 22 minutes. I had 13 minutes for game 4, THIRTEEN, didn't know what the hell I was doing and ended up going -6 for the entire game.
Anyone else had problems with that game?
It was the three sub committee one.
I remember drawing out a bunch of sub game boards with M and P across the top line for the first couple questions. It has lots of conditional rules in the questions and choices but only 2 simple A-->/B rules. So super open-ended but it was quick to make sgb's.
I had the mechanics figured out by the end of question 18 and ran though the other questions pretty quickly afterwards.
J.Y. explains it very well on 7sage. http://7sage.com/lsat_explanations/lsat ... -4-game-4/
I missed the first question.
J.Y explained it amazingly. It seems that every time I shore up one weakness in LG, another one springs up. For example, I was terrible at distribution games a couple weeks ago, got them down for the most part, now I'm terrible at open-ended games.
I need to find a list of the open-ended games and run through them a couple of times.
On the plus side, I want 38/40 on Main conclusion questions today, so that's something.
I was horrible at open ended games for a long while. I would just freeze up or else try to come up with a million boards before going into the questions. There was one packet that had a number of very open ended games in a row which helped me learn to embrace the uncertainty, I don't recall which one (helpful I know…).
Good job on the main conclusion questions. I still miss way too many main point questions in RC.
Which btw is going poorly. I've made it through 8 passages in 2 days. Ugh.
LSATQA is showing me that i go 30% correct on MC in LR, and 100% in RC... I don't know what to make of that + the 38/40 on today's LR MC packet. I think its just individual questions that trip me up during the course of the test.
I know what you mean, I lose Mon-Wed entirely to classes, the later parts of Thursday to work and the entirety of Sunday to work.
So, I'm really only studying with any seriousness on Thur/Fri/Sat, and I've got other stuff to do as well.
I don't see it getting better when I go from 4 credits to 15 in a couple weeks either, though I'll be taking only 6 substantive credits. (Yay for being a senior taking classes with freshman.)
If you do remember the open-ended packet, I would be really grateful.