Gluteus wrote:I think for LSAT materials I will use:
- PTs 70-80 for practice tests and blind review
- PTs 50-60 for timed sections and review
- Cambridge 2-38 for drilling
Beginning to realise that by the time I take the test I will have done all the LGs from at least 58/80 of the PTs and just about every notable game (in terms of difficultly or peculiarity). Hopefully this makes it such that my probability of being surprised on the LG section on test day is quite low.
Today and tomorrow off. Aiming for 8 hours per day on LG.
How are you approaching LG? I know you made copies of all your games etc.. But, what is your method of attack? Are you drilling like the 7Sage foolproof method through the packets or what?
I first read/drilled through Manhattan LG twice around when I created this account. So that was my LG foundation.
Right now I'm drilling through each set of games from the Cambridge packets multiple times, mostly un-timed. Any time I fail to set up a game correctly or have no idea how to approach a question, I will watch the game on 7Sage or review Manhattan LG for that game type. After I have finished each game type 2-3 times, I will do one final run through timed and fool proof (with 5 copies) any game where I take too long or miss a question.
I anticipate I'll need to print off around 15~ games out of the 148 games from the Cambridge packets for fool proofing.
But yeah, it's essentially the fool proof strategy since if I fool proofed since the beginning I would have had to reprint most games anyway.