littlewing67 wrote:Rupert Pupkin wrote:littlewing67 wrote:Rupert Pupkin wrote:littlewing67 wrote:Lol I'm laughing right now. Y'all inspired me so I took PT 5 as a 6 section PT. 3 sections then break then another 3 sections. Experimentals in section 1 and section 4 from PT 17. I actually ran out of time to do 2 questions in the first real LR and 2 questions in the 2nd real LR and didn't input anything for those questions into 7sage (just so I can see which questions I get right out of knowledge, not luck and guessing), and still somehow ended up with a 172. I guess I must have killed the other sections ? I'm OK with that
EXP LG -1 (BR -0)
LR -5 (BR -3)
LG -1 (BR -0)
EXP LR -3 (BR -3)
LR -5 (Br -3)
RC -1 (BR -1)
-12 (BR -7)
I basically was saved by the crazy generous curve lol....also I might stop doing earlier PTs because you get these super wacky questions that you don't see in present LSATs.
Awesome! youve been killing it regardless!! Whats your current schedule in regards to how many PTs you take a week and sections, q-type drilling etc? Are you PTing everyday?
gracias Monday Wednesday Friday I PT and Tuesday Thursday Saturday I finish up BR and drill sections. Just got my Fox book in the mail so going to drill by type because I need to tighten up my LR a lot
Nice sounds like a good plan. Yeah I am pretty much in the same spot as you testing wise and need to tighten LR a bit. I have been just reviewing the LR MH book and doing some question and section drillking up until this point. Starting on the PT grind again and think Ill do a schedule like yours and just remove a PT If Im feeling burnt out or need a review day.
I never BR but I am really considering doing it. I usually just review what I got wrong or questions Ik i "Guessed on." For me it seems like my LR performance comes down to Having extra time in the bank to come back and review a handful of questions im not 100% on so I really want to get more and more efficient with the sections which is why i think more PTs and Timed section drilling will help.
Do you think the fox book will help? besides reviewing the mH LR book again on weak question types I didnt want to waste time on material and figured more practice would be more beneficial to me.
Its time to really buckle down.
Just cracked open the Fox book for the first time today and I like that the questions are from PTs 40-60 vs Cambridge packets which are 1 - ~20? I believe. His explanations are semi decent I would for sure supplement with Manhattan Prep forum if you really don’t understand. If you’re saving these tests for PT I wouldn’t recommend it then, but I’ve already done most tests, though I don’t really remember these problems - only a few and it’s still helpful to break it down and see patterns by question type.
Also same for me with not doing a PT if I feel drained + doing better with extra time to crack tricks questios. I’m also still waiting on a copy of the Manhattan LR book from a friend but you fine folks give it some good reviews so the wait is worth it.
Nice! When did the fox book come out? This thread is the first time I have heard of it.. You will love the mH LR book. I did the Bibles first take and then the Trainer + MH Books 2nd take and the latter is organized in a much more intuitive way and not as gimmicky.