akechi wrote:How do you guys review your missed / flagged LR questions? I feel like I need to develop a more efficient method of getting the most out of my missed questions.
As it stands now my process is loosely structured as follows:
1) Take a PT
2) Rip out answer sheet and place elsewhere
3) Blind Review
4) Make note of any differences between real-time thought process and blind-review thought process
5) Verify that my reasoning is correct via MLSAT forums
6) Briefly re-visit missed LR questions from previous PT before taking new PT.
Do y'all swear by any method other than merely looking / glossing over the questions you missed? (e.g. cutting questions out, typing them up and printing them out flash card style, categorizing your misses via the type of error you are making, etc)
I write down explanations as to why answer choices are wrong or right, then comb through the stimulus to identify the word choice that should have tipped me off. When I'm sure I completely understand the where my reasoning failed, I identify the PT and question number, categorize the question type and difficulty rating per LSATQA.com, and add the date in a table in my notebook. Then I push up my nerd glasses and straighten out my suspenders like Urkel.