Drills

YellowWolf
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Drills

Postby YellowWolf » Sun May 07, 2017 11:36 pm

Anyone find any good drilling materials that are not part of PowerScore and Manhattan manuals? Looking to refine some skills in LR set-ups (primarily conditional reasoning at the moment).

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Platopus
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Re: Drills

Postby Platopus » Mon May 08, 2017 12:08 am

YellowWolf wrote:Anyone find any good drilling materials that are not part of PowerScore and Manhattan manuals? Looking to refine some skills in LR set-ups (primarily conditional reasoning at the moment).


Powerscore sells the accompanying "work-books", which are almost exclusively drills, but TBH they're not really worth the money. May try your hand at untimed LR sections and check your conditional reasoning set up on Manhattan's free forum. Most of the answers with conditional reasoning are fully explained and diagrammed.

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zkyggi
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Re: Drills

Postby zkyggi » Mon May 08, 2017 12:44 am

YellowWolf wrote:Anyone find any good drilling materials that are not part of PowerScore and Manhattan manuals? Looking to refine some skills in LR set-ups (primarily conditional reasoning at the moment).


I'm not sure why the brand matters much. Ultimately, as long as they're real LSAT problem, they're good for drilling. If you're looking for a problem set arranged by difficulty/type from more recent tests, you'll need to create it yourself most likely.

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littlelibertine
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Re: Drills

Postby littlelibertine » Mon May 08, 2017 10:39 pm

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Impressionist
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Re: Drills

Postby Impressionist » Tue May 09, 2017 12:00 pm

Doesn't 7sage have some? Or did that go they way of the dodo after the PDF ban?
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YellowWolf
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Re: Drills

Postby YellowWolf » Tue May 09, 2017 10:52 pm

littlelibertine wrote:I've been using the Cambridge drills. They're composed of questions from the first ~45 PTs (so I'm not burning questions from later PTs, which I want to take in full) and they're separated by type so I can do (and am doing) them as an accompaniment to the Bibles by section.


link? Thanks so much.




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