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somethingelse55 wrote:bnssweeney wrote:I started my prep today by doing some of the "hardest" LR problems mentioned by Powerscore. Just wish the questions were a little more recent. Nonetheless, I thought it was good practice to see whether I was really understanding LR types.
Anyone have an updated version of this list/ a different list with the hardest recent LR problems?
Cambridge has a "difficult questions" drilling packet - its all of the 4 star (they only go up to 4) LR questions from PTs 1-38. 410 questions total. Very worth it IMO
Thing is that I purchased all of the LR sections, just not organized by difficulty.
Also don't know if I want to drop even more money on LSAT stuff, but thanks for the suggestion
P.S. only three full weekends left to prep!
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sat down to take a PT, did two problems and immediately stopped. felt too tired and the last thing I wanted to do was waste three hours taking a test that wouldn't reflect my true potential/performance.
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december1205 wrote:Did not touch the LSAT for straight 4 days bc 1) close friend's bday 2) overworked from my current job.
I finished the project at work so I reviewed the Qs I got wrong for Identify the Flaw Q. I am trying this new method I read here-- paraphrasing the answer before moving onto answer choices and I have to say, it seems to be working! I'll keep working on this packet and maybe do a timed RC and LR to keep me afloat.
*will take a PT tomm.
Ah, same boat, work is insane. At the end of the day its impossible to focus on the LSAT. I'm planning to take a PT tomorrow though, too! I actually scored my best score ever on a post-work PT I took last week, but since then I've been doing timed sections and haven't been doing so hot /:
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