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Hey guys! I am planning on retaking the LSAT next year and waiting out a cycle. I have gone through prep for the September LSAT including the PR bibles. I just bought the LSAT Blog's 7-month schedule which gives me a good amount of time to study since I work full-time. My question is, since I have already gone through the basics of LR in the bibles, and it's my weakest section of the exam, should I go through the Manhattan LR book or the Fox LR book first in my prep? I've heard good things on both but can't figure out which one will be more beneficial this early on since I'll have a lot more time to study.
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I use both - I think they complement each other pretty well. I use the Manhattan book as a guide, and then when I do the matching section in Fox it confirms my understanding of that question type. There’s only about 15 questions or so in each drill in the Manhattan book so the Fox is great for drilling in that regard.
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