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# CR strategy

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24 Mar 2010, 11:39
Hi,

I want to find out my current performance levels in CR. I have read Powerscore CR Bible and understood most of the concepts. I am practicing LSAT CR, GMAT CR (this is a part of LSAT) and OG. When I solve CR problems from OG, GMAT CR the accuracy is fine i.e.85-90% but when I shift to LSAT CR the accuracy come drops to 65-70%.
Can somebody please tell me whether I have worry about this state of preparation or just keep working on the CR problems which are more close to actual GMAT such as OG and say on the forum. Further, please also mention should I continue solving from LSAT CR or only stick to more traditional sources as OG, gmat prep questions, and forum participation.

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26 Mar 2010, 02:59
Is there someone who can answer my query?
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31 Mar 2010, 14:06
i'm studying for both the lsat and gmat. lsat cr is harder than gmat cr. the question types for the most part are identical, with the exception that the lsat covers a couple more than the gmat. i think your average lsat cr problem is equal to the hardest gmat cr problems that you will encounter.
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31 Mar 2010, 14:09
vaivish1723 wrote:
Further, please also mention should I continue solving from LSAT CR or only stick to more traditional sources as OG, gmat prep questions, and forum participation.

i would use up all gmat og and manhattan gmat problems first (maybe kaplan cr too?), and then start using lsat cr if you have time left. i'm not sure if kaplan cr is good or not yet.
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