Logical Reasoning Advice

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Logical Reasoning Advice

Post by avvvv » Tue Apr 14, 2020 2:37 pm

In the few timed LSAT tests I've taken since completing the 7sage course, I've scored an average of -3 on each individual logical reasoning section. To improve this score, should I just keep taking timed practice tests, or is it worth returning to the material and going over it a bit more? Thanks!

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Re: Logical Reasoning Advice

Post by Platopus » Tue Apr 14, 2020 3:33 pm

avvvv wrote:In the few timed LSAT tests I've taken since completing the 7sage course, I've scored an average of -3 on each individual logical reasoning section. To improve this score, should I just keep taking timed practice tests, or is it worth returning to the material and going over it a bit more? Thanks!
Key to mastering LR is reviewing each answer from every test you take (even the painfully easy ones) until you are blue in the face... ideally within an hour or two of the test. For me, I saw the biggest improvements when I reviewed immediately after a test / section and I was able to see where my reasoning went wrong. It's one thing to understand the correct answer in a vacuum, it's another to be able to understand how the test tricked you under pressure. -3 is a decent spot to be so keep it up. I would suggest going through prior PT's / sections and itemize which types of questions you are missing. I would review these extra carefully and prioritize them moving forward

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