RZ5646 wrote:This? http://videos.7sage.com/lsat/resources/ ... -games.pdf
I'm a bit skeptical about this part: "Watch the explanation video ... Reproduce all inferences from memory." Aren't they basically just telling you to memorize the video? I guess they're hoping the student will need to internalize the logic to be able to remember everything, but IMO you should never underestimate the power of rote memorization.
I'm sorta doing using that method though. I have 4 copies of each game and I'm doing one, analyzing my mistakes and looking for anything I missed, then waiting awhile and doing the game again, then again, etc. I'm trying to space out attempts because I'm afraid of just memorizing the rules/inferences instead of developing my skill in getting them from the stimulus.
I'll definitely add in the 7sage videos. I've found with the games in the LGB that even after getting all the questions right and trying to dissect each game, I still miss important inferences, only discovering them once I've read the explanation. Hopefully 7sage can provide the same in-depth understanding for the games that aren't in the LGB.
Yes if you want to think of it that way, you could say you're memorizing the videos, but more importantly it's about rembering those inferences. So when you see them again, you'll automaticaly know what to do without hesitation because you've done it so many times before (by constantly looking at the seven sage videos)