Thanks for your info! Umm... don't mind if i ask a few more questions.
I am pretty confident with my RC, but I am a bit of a slow reader...
So no real need for LSAT for this aspect...
But on CR, It depends on the kind of questions. I am ok with all question except for the following 3 types:
1) "if P, then Q......"
2) "Which sentence parallels the above sentence"
3) "all A are B, some B are F, etc..."
It seems to me that these sort of questions are RARE? Am I right?
What about LSAT; does LSAT drills you on these 3 type of questions?
no idea, where I stand. I get pretty good hits... but I simply feel that "that answer" is the correct one. Divine intervention?!?
I am not like the many gurus here on GMATClub, they are able to point out "A is wrong becasuse of verb subject agreement, and C is wrong because...."