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I save my logic games practice for when I get bored, since I find logic games somewhat enjoyable to do. That way I get frequent breaks from boring material, yet I am still productive. I'm not sure what to suggest if you don't like to do LG though :)

I don't know enough to make a judgment on the scale, but I had a lot of problems with that test as well. I got a 86/166, which is the worst score I've had since February, when I took my second preptest. However, the next day I took Preptest 47 and got a 173, my best score yet.

Studying for the LSAT / Re: What are the PRECISE test conditions?
« on: June 02, 2006, 05:36:51 AM »
According to the LSAT information booklet, A valid ID is a current one with photo and your signature, acceptable forms include driver's license, college ID, passport, employee ID.

Thanks guys for the advice - got two wrong on the RC section of the test I took today, best yet.

Yesterday, I took Preptest 48 (Dec 2005) and got four questions wrong on RC (1, 12, 13, 25). Two of the question's asked for the author's attitude and two asked for the main point of the passage/paragraph.

Any suggestions on approaching these questions? When I get games and LR questions wrong, I figure out why my answer is wrong- but for these types of RC questions, it seems that both could be right. How do you determine whether the author is tacitly agreeing or is indifferent, when the passage seems relatively unbiased?

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