My weakest types are "must be true", "weaken", "strengthen", and "assumption"My weak types are "method of reasoning", "flaw", "parallel reasoning", and "principle"
Hey guys thanks. I went through 11 past exams (22 sections of LR) and tallied the types of questions I got wrong. Here's the result. My weakest types are "must be true", "weaken", "strengthen", and "assumption"My weak types are "method of reasoning", "flaw", "parallel reasoning", and "principle"I plan on going over the weakest types on LRB really really thoroughly. After that I'll continue to my weak types. Hopefully after that improvements will show. How quickly does timing "come" once I get the accuracy up? That is my main concern. My exams on June and this is January. Also, ssilver, i will DEFINITELY e-mail you 2 or 3 questions along with how I think through them. So you can possibly pick out my errors. I can't thank you guys enough. P.S. please post any more advice if you have them. Also, I have 9 exams left on 10 next real lsats. Will I run out of material? I plan on working constantly. Should i focus on my past exams i worked on (in reviewing the wrong questions?) lastly, there is a testmasters course that is up for registration in april in preparation for the june exam. if my practice scores don't go up to a point where i want it to (170+ hopefully), should i take it? do you think after going over all these materials by myself and taking a course will have a reverse negative effect?Thanks.
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