Joining in on the february fun
I'm pretty consistent in LG, got that to around -1 or -0 usually. Could definitely buckle this up and make it more consistent, though. I ****ed up the stained glass game pretty bad the other day and have never looked at the dinosaur game yet
LR.. I'm getting better but still fluctuate anywhere between -5 and -7 per section. At least a couple of these are the result of guessing because of running out of time.
RC is a mess, usually around -7 to -9 per section. I've only taken a handful of PT's to date, best one being 164, the rest hovering around 161-163.
Here is what I plan to do to get better at LR and RC.. since I'm generally not a very organized person, and don't have cute little binders with color-coded tags on them, I will post my study plan for the next few months here. I very much appreciate any feedback/suggestions, even if its harsh, I just want to get better at this test
LR: I'm reading the Manhattan series, and after each chapter I will do the corresponding question type in the Cambridge bundle. So right now, after I finish chapter 3 assumption, I will answer about 50 questions of them from the Cambridge bundle. Then I will move on to chapter 4 flaw, answer 50 flaw questions and another 50 assumption questions. For any wrong questions I will cut them out and refer back to the books as well as the Manhattan online forum for help. After every 2 chapters, I will take a PT to reinforce what I hope to learn. I'll make an account with lsatqa, something I have yet to do, and try to find patterns.
RC: I'll probably go back and re-read the Manhattan RC guide and I'm going to try to make a habit of reading the Economist or the newspaper everyday, just get some more basic reading done on my own time. I've also noticed a general pattern on RC for me, in that I suck at humanitarian passages. I recently purchased a bundle of humanitarian and science passages and will do these 1 at a time to hopefully find patterns in the questions as well as reading for structure, something that just flies over my head at times.
Does this sound good? Anything else I should/shouldn't be doing? Thanks again for your help