« on: June 10, 2009, 02:38:15 PM »
Please say what you think the pros/cons are of either method! Thanks
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So I want to span my LSAT study for a year and I wanted to know what would be the best approach.
Exclusively and exhaustingly studying for each aspect of the exam then moving onto the next.
For example, do all the sections of preptests on LR, review, etc. then move onto doing all the sections of preptests on LG.
Or should I mesh studying all of them in together? Like doing each preptest as a whole?
If I do the former, exclusive and exhaustive section studying, what order would you recommend me doing it in? At the moment I was planning to do LR, RC, then LG if I chose this path. What do you guys think?
if the logic game was experimental does that mean for his exam they scored 3 logical reasoning sections + 1 reading comp, and no logic game section?
shouldn't one of the LR be experimental since there were 3?
sorry if this is a stupid question
Hey all, I was wondering if some of you can share your method for studying the LR part of the LSAT. For example, after you complete a section -- what do you do but besides reviewing what you got wrong?
« on: June 23, 2008, 03:04:12 AM »
is there a book i can buy or a resource on the web i can use to receive detailed explanations of the test questions on the actual lsats that have been released?