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Studying for the LSAT / How to beat RC?
« on: September 19, 2005, 12:32:06 PM »
What are your strategies/tips for the RC section?

Kaplan recommends doing a "roadmap" and then referring back to it, which I think is totally lame.

However, I missed 4 on the June test, even though in practice I would maybe miss one. Point being, RC is getting HARDER, and it will be tough in October.

What do people recommend?

Julie's hot

keep it...i think we need to start soon...

Petunia, since you on my name on the left side, and that'll take you to my profile. There, click on "send personal message."
Above all the smiley faces you'll see all these icons. One of those is to insert an image (hover over the icon for a sec to see what it does). That should work. No pressure to send, but I am curious since you offered.


Let it be noted that I didn't know Petunia even had an Aish avatar, and Aish in Shakti is pretty smoking hot....

Of course, maybe Petunia should post her pic there and she might win...after all, a tall desi guju girl shoting for 170+ is almost as alluring as....well, maybe not.

And it's not just Aishwarya's appearance. If you see her charm and magic when she's'll be a fan for life. Case in point:

And can Jessica (or anyone else) really compete with a Bollywood babe decked out in sexy Indian garb? I don't think so. Just can't happen.

Jumping around gives you control over the exam, but it probably is ineffective cause you've gotta get through all of them and coming back to more than 5 questions is probably counterproductive. Just my 2 cents.


man, i thought this question would get all the lsat gurus here going with their "strategies" on this.

looks like it's just me and aishwarya on this post...not an entirely bad place to be...

Studying for the LSAT / how much jumping around on the LR section?
« on: July 26, 2005, 08:43:38 AM »
when i was prepping for the june lsat, i pretty much went through the lr sections straight through, only skipping/circling about 2-3 per section and revisiting those at the end.

however, the week before the june 6th test, i started jumping around more, and it improved my score (i think).

so i followed the same strategy. i jumped around where i hit the test in "waves."

that might have accounted for my 161 on the test, and thus i'm retaking.

what are your thoughts/strategies on how much to jump around on the LR sections ?

(i left rc/lg out because on those, you pretty much choose the passage/game you'll tackle and try to go with it, skipping only really hard ones. i don't think most people would vary that too much).

Studying for the LSAT / Re: October LSAT anyone?
« on: July 06, 2005, 09:17:34 AM »
161 on June LSAT, barely any increase from my Kaplan diagnostic. I just signed up for the Oct. '05 test. Good luck to all!

Studying for the LSAT / How long for LR Bible?
« on: June 28, 2005, 10:02:00 AM »
So I was not too satisfied with the June LSAT (161) and may be retaking in October. I'm thinking of going through the LRB, how long does it take to go through that? I've heard it's like 500 pages.

When would you recommend I go through that, now, when it's early, or August when it's in the middle of my study cycle, or in September, when I plan to hit things hard..?

Studying for the LSAT / Re: Retaking for hopes of some financial aid?
« on: June 28, 2005, 07:19:30 AM »
Thanks HankieB. That definitely helps....congrats on the 7 point increase as well. I guess I have an outside shot of doing that well, and if I hit 170, I could get into Northwestern...which would be very nice. Of course, from what I understand, the cost of Northwestern is crazy, but apparently the job security goes up I see advantages in retaking....but I will call schools and ask what their policy is for merit on a 2nd LSAT.

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