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« on: May 19, 2006, 06:47:34 PM »
For those of you who are studying 5+ hours a day, what do you do during that time?
I've been taking one preptest per day (I still have 20+ tests to go) and reviewing over the questions I missed or found difficult, and then slowly going through the LRB about a chapter a day. It only takes me about 3.5 hours a day...what do you do during the extra 2-4 hours?
« on: May 18, 2006, 07:29:48 PM »
70 hours sounds like a lot. Burn out could be a problem if you study much more than that. I'm not sure about stopping three days before the test though. I actually just got back from a 4-day hiatus from LSAT studying, and it was really hard to get back into test-taking mode. I found that I was losing concentration and getting tired a lot more quickly than when I was studying everyday.
« on: May 18, 2006, 02:56:47 PM »
My preference is for easier RC and medium difficulty games. I find that RC is the biggest wildcard for me because of the time constraint and the variety of hard/boring topics, whereas as least for the games, using the LGB helps a lot to learn good technique.
My vote for hardest games section was the one that had the CD game on it back in 2000 or 2001. It was so time-consuming!
« on: May 18, 2006, 12:54:47 PM »
I agree with Hank's advice. Looking at the timer can stress you out because you realize how little time you have left.
What I do is skip questions that look longer to me (i.e., global LG, LR parallel reasoning, formal logic, inference questions in RC) and then do those at the end. Just make sure that when you transfer answers onto the scantron, you account for skipped questions.
« on: May 18, 2006, 12:49:00 AM »
The problem with easy games is that it tends to lead to a tougher scale. I'm hoping the June test has easy games but doesn't have that same awful scale as the Dec 2005 one did.
« on: May 14, 2006, 04:10:55 AM »
Yeah, I got question 23 wrong because I took the first clue (if L is at S, then N & P is at R) at face value. Now, I'm a little paranoid. If we're going to have to check the validity of each clue in all of these conditional statement games, it's going to be a lot of extra work and time.
« on: May 14, 2006, 02:11:39 AM »
Game 4 on PrepTest 34 (June 2001) is ridiculously misleading-- 1 of the conditions is that if L is at Souderton, then both N and P are at Randsborough, yet 2 other conditions make it clear that N and P CANNOT be at Randsborough at the same time. Essentially, these conditions contradict each other.
Are any other logic games this confusing (with misleading and contradictory questions)
« on: May 09, 2006, 08:09:11 PM »
My timed average is probably about 171. I started off at 170 and then peaked at 179 twice after about 10 exams...but then dropped down to 177 and then 169. I'm kind of worried that as I get into the more recent tests, my skill set is getting more challenged?
A week-long break does sound like a good idea. I'll be traveling for the second half of May, so that'll be some time away from this stress.
« on: May 09, 2006, 02:29:56 PM »
I've taken about 15 practice tests, from the 10 Actual and 10 More Actual Preptests books, and my scores over time have risen slowly, peaked very high and then started falling (my most recent score yesterday was ten points lower than my peak score).
I've been taking the tests under slight pressure circumstances (public library, timed, no break between sections). I'm starting to get bored and tired of taking so many practice tests--should I work through my boredom in order to build endurance, or should I take a break from studying to refresh?
« on: May 08, 2006, 09:07:41 PM »
I believe that they mean that answers recorded in the test booklet are not graded; only the answers on the scantron are graded.
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