gamerish wrote:MrBalloons wrote:kbrizz wrote:When you guys drill LR, what do you do when you get a question wrong? How do you make sure you don't make the same mistake again? It's not like I can just watch some 7Sage, like with LG. :/
There's the Velocity videos to check out. But typically when I drill, I blind review and then do a non-blind review (knowing that what I selected is wrong, but not which of the other four is right) on the remaining misses. I'd only bother consulting the Velocity videos if I still can't figure out why the right answer's right.
How do you find out whether or not you got the answer wrong without looking at what the correct answer is? I have the Cambridge packets and they just list what the right answer is in the back.
I have a method for this.
First, there is a caveat...it only works for entire LSAT sections/prep tests. Second, you need to use the LSAT analytics with 7 sage.
Do a section, bubble in the answers on a scantron and open up an internet browser window and head over the the appropriate PT on the 7 sage "LSAT analytics" menu. Input your answers but DO NOT SCROLL DOWN. Open up a second internet browser window and condense it so that it is wide enough to cover the "Your answer" and "Answer choices" columns on the analytics screen that indicates your answer, your BR answer and the correct answer. Take the above mentioned second browser window and cover those two columns with it. You can then scroll down the screen on your main browser and see which answer choices were correct and which ones were not, without seeing the correct answer. It should be listed in the column that is second from the right ("Priority) whether you got the question right or wrong.
If this seems confusing, I can post a screenshot or two. Like I said, it will only work for full LSAT sections or PTs, so not the Cambridge packets.