timing/pacing strategy? LR+LG

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timing/pacing strategy? LR+LG

Postby strawberryrhubarb » Sun May 28, 2017 7:07 pm

timing/pacing strategy? LR+LG
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Re: Seeking LR Advice - Just finished LR via LSAT Trainer

Postby Platopus » Sun May 28, 2017 8:05 pm

Definitely don't just dive into PT's, you'll likely just be wasting material. Now that you've completed a book, your next step is to do UNTIMED drills. So print out LR sections from tests 1-40, and start doing them UNTIMED. Once you can complete a section with fewer than 2 incorrect answers consistently, then start doing them timed, as individual sections. I do want to stress the UNTIMED part. The goal here is accuracy, so even if it takes you 50 minutes, that's okay.

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Re: Seeking LR Advice - Just finished LR via LSAT Trainer

Postby Hiheyhi » Mon May 29, 2017 6:13 pm

The answer depends on how many PT's you have at hand. I would not burn PT's but like above poster, practice and master the skills you learned. This will reduce the amount of time needed to complete the LR. Personally, it took me ~45 minutes in the beginning. By the time I took the real test, it took me ~15 minutes to get to ~ Q20 and maybe ~25 minutes total to complete it and having enough time to go over my answers at the end.

No Need to look to 7SAGE for LR if you finished LSAT Trainer and understand the basics



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