LR in Tests 19-28

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LR in Tests 19-28

Post by clee33 » Mon Aug 29, 2011 6:08 pm

Hey guys,

I've gone through all the Logical Reasoning questions in prep tests 29-38 and a good bit of the 40s, and am saving the 50s and 60s to take as practice tests over the next few weeks.

I would like to use prep tests 19-28 as side practice throughout this time. I notice that the ratio of types of questions are almost identical to 29-38 (At least based on the lists on LSATblog). Are the 19-28 LR Qs still a good representation of what I should expect to see on test day? Or are they missing something basic that I need to compensate for?

Also, I know the consensus is that Reading Comprehension is harder now that it was in the earlier tests. Did this change coincide with the advent of Comparative Reading in 07? How far back can I go and still get a good representation of a non-Comparative reading passage? The 40s? The 30s?

Thanks for any input!

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Re: LR in Tests 19-28

Post by paulshortys10 » Mon Aug 29, 2011 8:33 pm

i'm also interested in what people think about these, they are the only non-relevant PT's i havent done, so i want to use them. BTW they all have ridiculous curves

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