Reading comprehsion

schrutebeetsllc
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Reading comprehsion

Postby schrutebeetsllc » Wed Dec 06, 2017 2:08 pm

Best way to help with RC?

I've searched and found that reading text heavy articles/papers can be helpful but is there a single LSAT book that has given you a little boost with RC?

I picked up Manhattan LSAT reading comprehension strategy
https://www.amazon.com/Manhattan-Readin ... 1935707124
but it seems to have mixed reviews.

Right now I'm doing Around -8 on RC and would be happy just to get to averaging -5

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Barack O'Drama
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Re: Reading comprehsion

Postby Barack O'Drama » Wed Dec 06, 2017 3:00 pm

schrutebeetsllc wrote:Best way to help with RC?

I've searched and found that reading text heavy articles/papers can be helpful but is there a single LSAT book that has given you a little boost with RC?

I picked up Manhattan LSAT reading comprehension strategy
https://www.amazon.com/Manhattan-Readin ... 1935707124
but it seems to have mixed reviews.

Right now I'm doing Around -8 on RC and would be happy just to get to averaging -5



Get the 5th edition. It's been updated a good amount since the 2011 edition in the link you shared.

Also, The LSAT Trainer is really great for RC, too.

King of the North
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Re: Reading comprehsion

Postby King of the North » Thu Dec 07, 2017 12:19 pm

Check out this exercise by 7Sage. It helped me tremendously in remembering things better and I'm much more confident now after having done this exercise several times. I'm going to continue to use it as a warm up on my RC study days. https://7sage.com/lsat-reading-comprehe ... ry-method/




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