For RC and CR prep ...I wanted to know the 2 most effective LSAT books...and also the way we should go about studying these books.
I know of these 2 books suggested by Praet..which I already have...
1. Ten official LSAT preptests from LSAC
2. Ten MORE official LSAT preptests from LSAC
Any other books...?
If you manage to analyze and solve the tests in these two books, which is a lot of questions , there is little need for more prep in RC and CR.
Make an Error log
of the questions your get wrong.This Error Log
will tell you what mistakes you are doing and you can develop a good strategy based on that. You should be able to develop a strategy to solve CR and RC questions. Once you have your strategy, try it out on a sample of questions. you might have to refine it a bit. But you should be able to see results soon enough.
Then, once you have faith in the strategy, force yourself to stick to it.
Sorry for digressing a bit.