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LSAT Preparation => Studying for the LSAT => Topic started by: MissJenna on May 04, 2012, 08:43:11 AM

Title: What is the best way to review wrong answer choices?
Post by: MissJenna on May 04, 2012, 08:43:11 AM
Please help.  I seriously cannot figure out how to review the wrong answer choices after I take prep tests & individual sections.  I find myself obviously not learning from my mistakes.  I don't know how to best analyze/review them so I can learn from them and not make the same damn mistakes again and again.

I have read tons of threads on this here and other forums and none of the threads are really specific as to what one should do exactly.  All they say is to: "Thoroughly analyze your wrong (and right) answer choices."  Ok...that's great but how exactly do we do that???? I really believe this is A LOT more difficult than people make it sound.

Btw, I am specifically referring to the LR section.  But if you have any tips for the RC section, I will definitely take those as well.:-)
Title: Re: What is the best way to review wrong answer choices?
Post by: MissJenna on May 08, 2012, 11:54:04 AM
Still no one?????!!!  :( :( :(
Title: Re: What is the best way to review wrong answer choices?
Post by: Julie Fern on May 09, 2012, 06:09:55 AM
ok, julie going help out here.  just keep it out secret, 'kay?

many would see your answer somewhat obvious.  you want understand why your answer wrong,  which best done by comparing with correct answer.

then ask self what seem explain, procedurally speaking, how got to wrong answer so can stop doing that.

now julie tired.
Title: Re: What is the best way to review wrong answer choices?
Post by: Julie Fern on May 14, 2012, 01:17:30 PM
what, nothing?  really?
Title: Re: What is the best way to review wrong answer choices?
Post by: Julie Fern on May 28, 2012, 04:10:50 PM
anyone?  bueller?  anyone? 
Title: Re: What is the best way to review wrong answer choices?
Post by: Henri_Allen on May 31, 2012, 03:08:50 PM
Have you considered any LSAT study guides?  I dunno if that seems too obvious but I tend to think the best way to get over a hurdle is to use the right tools so to speak.