''flash21 wrote:Guys PLEASE respond. I know I am interrupting you're beyonce boners but please give your opinion.
I am currently reviewing SA questions . I go to 7sage it tells me SA are my worst - is it dumb of me to go to SA's in cambridge ? i've done them over multiple times. Should I stick to just reviewing the SA's I did wrong in my timed sections instead?
I'm having an internal debate on when switching from cambrdige to strcitly reviewing LR sections is the best thing to do.
Hi SA was one of my worst until I read a really helped post on LSAT Blog and then I drilled the Cambridge package and actively calssified the questions based on the patterns that LSATBlog listed in the post. For example:
A common pattern is ( which is really silly to be honest)
Also understanding the direction of the Sufficient Assumption also helped me for example:
Understanding that the sufficient assumption should be C--->A (or the contrapositive) rather than A---->C also helped alot.
All of this is covered in the LSATBlog post. http://lsatblog.blogspot.com/2009/12/su ... -tips.html
Side note: I promised myself that I would not spend too much time to TLS....FML been on this site for the past 35 minutes