bhersk wrote:Does anyone have any idea what date the September registration is opening up, or how to get some sort of notification the day that it does open?
I believe someone mentioned Sept. sign-ups being available sometime at the end of May but don't quote me on that.
Finally finished up with the Trainer and devised a study schedule for the next 2 months. I'm pairing up 1-2 LR question types with 1-2 LG question types to drill out of Cambridge each week. For example, my first week consists of drilling Flaw/Match the Flaw & Basic Linear/Relative Linear Games. Second week I'll move onto Sufficient Assumption/Principle Support & In&Out Games, etc., etc. The "pairings" are pretty arbitrary, although I did use the order presented in the Trainer for LR - e.g., starting with actually "identifying" the flaw in arguments itself (hence, why I am starting with ID Flaw questions/Match the Flaw questions), and then moving on to all of the other question types that deal with addressing the Flaw in subsequent weeks (e.g., Sufficient/Necessary, Strengthen/Weaken) and eventually rounding off with the non-argument, or as the Trainer puts it -- "objective" question types last (ID Conclusion, ID Role, Describe Method of Reasoning, Principle Example, Inference, Pt. of Disagreement, Explain the Discrepancy).
The last 2.5 months I plan on ramping up to full PT's with comprehensive Blind Review. Hope you all are hanging in there. It took me a month longer than I had originally anticipated to finish the Trainer but I'm glad I spent the extra time to really try and internalize some of the strategies. Fatigue had a lot to do with as well.