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I m aware that LSAT CR and RC is quite tough and some of them are not even tested on GMAT. But this prepares you well for the GMAT. what level of accuracy on LSAT CR and RC is good ?
I got 59 % correct on LSAT CR and it was 80% for KAPLAN ? - Both untimed. I m not de-motivated because of the low accuracy , but I m confused whether I it is worth doing or not.
I have to take powerprep for diagnostic that's why I have not started OG's. Once I m done with powerprep I will surely exhaust OG's first. I should discontinue using LSAT CR because of the low accuracy level or I should keep practicing the same?
Also for the verbal OG, is it better to do them untimed or we should simulate test condition like 13 questions each?
i'd keep practicing them untimed. more so than just practicing them blindly (i.e just doing them and looking at the right answer), i'd go over the actual material - i.e. the chapters and the information in the LSAT LR book as well.
But regarding my 1st question, should I continue practicing LSAT CR questions from the past exam even if the accuracy is 59%? Though it improved from 56 to 62 and mostly parallel reasoning questions went wrong + most of the incorrect answers were my second choice.
I think you should continue practicing LSAT questions, assuming that you have run out of, or are saving OG questions for later. Obviously you are only getting 59% accuracy because they are harder. From my experience, LSAT CR is the equivalent of 650+ questions, so if you are shooting for 650+ they should be helpful.