Experiment626 wrote:GnarMarBinx wrote:Hey everyone,
I just posted in the Sept waiters thread because it's more active (and I'm waiting for my Sept score) but figured I should post here as well. I am just wondering how people drill LR question types in an efficient manner. I want to drill flaw questions and parallel reasoning questions but don't know a better way to do it other than printing finding pages in tests with those question types and printing those off, ignoring the other LR questions on those pages. However, that would waste a lot of time and ink, so I am trying to think of a better method.
It's a lot easier to drill game types and RC passage types since they span over 1 or 2 pages, but since LR questions are sort of strewn all over the place in sections seems pretty difficult to drill them by type.
Anyone who doesn't pay for 7sage have any idea how to do this?
Thanks for any responses anyone can give!
If you're lucky and are able to find the Cambridge packets that's usually the golden way to go. If you've got the money, PowerScore has a workbook with questions by type. They are from tests so you do risk seeing questions on a test. I don't remember which tests they're from. You might be able to see that information online and plan your actual PTs around that depending on how many you want to do.
They are from the 29-38 book mostly. I think there is some truth to that.