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Also, on that first reading, don't just read for WHAT the passage is saying. That's high school level. The majority of LSAT questions don't ask about WHAT is being said, but rather HOW it is being said (Ex: Which of the following desribes the organization of the 1st paragraph?) and WHY it is being said (Ex: The author uses the example of the duck-billed platypus in order to?) So focus on the WHY and the HOW. You can always go back to the passage for the WHAT questions.
Lastly, if possible, answer the question in your own words before looking at the answer choices. Choose the answer that comes closest to yours no matter what. Try it and you'll be surprised at both your accuracy and the time you'll save by not wavering between answer choices.
Best of luck!
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