Also, when doing LSAT CR
just skip 'parallel reasoning' questions. Too difficult and a headache. Plus you'll never see a GMAT CR question that hard.
The LSAT LR section that gave me the most trouble was Conditional Reasoning. If you can handle that, then you're the man!
But if you're going to invest in the Powerscore LR Bible
, then I suggest going through it completely. It toughens you up and allows you to see GMAT CR from a different and more complete perspective. I don't think that the book is necessary for most people, though. Powerscore CR
is the most popular GMAT-specific book on this topic and should be enough. Plus, it's cheaper and smaller.