I've heard a variety of opinions on this board, but a superb test-taker told me that once a day is the best preparation for the LSAT. Three weeks of that, he said, and you'll begin solving RC questions in your sleep.
Granted, that's flimsy "testimonial" support, but it still sounds correct. What do you think?
I just solved the June 2007 RC section (timed), and I missed a surprising four questions. The Rita Dove analogy question should have been more obvious, and the "evolutionary origins of music" prompt was somewhat rough, but I didn't think that the passages and questions were radically different than anything I had seen before.
Can any proponents of the "harder RC" interpretation explain their viewpoint?