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+1 to getting Manhattan LR. Also, IMO (and I've heard others say this too) don't worry too much about reusing materials. I have a good memory and when I started reusing PTs I took a few months prior I found that there was a LOT I did not remember. Also, while it may not seem like it, 8 fresh PTs is a lot. You can spend a ton of time reviewing PTs rather than just taking 5 a week like some people do. Christine from Manhattan said she didn't take that many PTs but reviewed them very very thoroughly (she went -0).
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crackingthelsat wrote:what is PT? i am new to LSAT abbreviation
PT means preptest because that's what LSAC, the organization that creates the test, calls the previously released versions of the test.
And if you didn't know LR means logical reasoning and LG refers to logic games which are officially called 'analytical reasoning.'
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lsatkillah wrote:Hmm thanks.
What are your study schedules like? PT on Sunday, 1.5-2 hours Mon-Thurs, break on Friday, something on Saturday?
Trainer is great, fwiw.
As far as study schedule goes: that seems pretty light to me. I'd aim for at least 2 PTs a week, but probably more.
Myself, I'm doing 4ish PTs / week from here on out + drilling (which I've slacked on).
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