My biggest thing in LR tends to be getting tripped up with conditional reasoning and the sufficient/necessary thing. I know the concepts backwards and forwards, and am fine applying it in LG, but sometimes I spend time setting up the sufficient/necessary/logic conditions in LR and it ends up that I don't have to. Or questions where you really *should* set it up, I get tripped up in the wording.
These types of questions seem to be not as prevalent in the new tests, I don't think, but then again, I could just not be seeing where logical reasoning comes into play.
Anyone else get tripped up like this?
Oh, and to keep topic with the thread, I've found the biggest help in LR is to really figure out what needs to be done to answer each question. Basic strategy can be found in any book, ie. Negate answer choices and see if they affect the argument for Assumption questions. I have to say, for me, things really didn't start clicking until after my Powerscore class. For some reason, they way they worded stuff, really just got through. Before I was getting on average 13-16 wrong, both sections together. Now, I'm almost always missing less than 8 or 9. Thank god for PS...