I just creeped yr post history to try n see where u r at n yr studies n I'm not sure how long u been studying or what target score is but I think drilling RC would b helpful I mean obvs -10 isn't good for any1 if you could get that down to below -5 consistently that would b good I mean it's just hard 2 say cuz idk what yr goals r but also if u r going -3 on lg then u can go -0 n yes u can still benefit from drilling bc stupid mistakes r still mistakes
yeah i've been more of a lurker, and more so on the school part of the forum... didn't even think to look for lsat forums -_- but I've been PTing around 155 or so, got a few 159 which should easily be at least 162 but stupid stuff gets in the way, gotta prevent that... but yeah I have PT 7-28 (and others though I'm not sure off the top of my head which I've worked in but despite not being organized in certain ways, what would you suggest? going through the PT and doing all the RC sections then next day work on just the LG sections and so on?
U need to focus on reviewing IMHO every here will pretty much say the same thing that quality is more important than quality so yes you could take the RC from a section n do that but u need 2 review it n look for patterns bc the LSAT is one big pattern
Like I've been reviewing RC a lot this week n u noticed something new n that some RC passages will test almost one inference or point from the passage n if u miss that point then u r gonna have a hard time in the Qs n I just really came to fully comprehend the significance of that n I've been studying quite a bit since feb n almost done every Q from the modern LSAT so there's a lot to learn from reviewing is my point
Edit JFC sry for my mistakes quality more important than quantity