I have collection of 52 LSAT tests(Ultimate LSAT prep), which contain around 208 passages. How can i solve them for GMAT? Will i get any reasonable benefit? Pls provide some helpful ideas that i can follow.
I complete agree with what carcass has said lsat-cr-162919.html
it is completely unnecessary and a waste of time.
Also refer to the advice of other verbal experts : here is the advice from Ron Purewal from MGMT for a similar question like yours "so here's my best response: the time you'd spend sifting through lsat questions and eliminating non-gmat-like questions from the pile would be MUCH better spent going over gmat problems you've already done and extracting lessons from them.
given here http://www.manhattangmat.com/forums/lsa ... t3140.html
Then there is http://www.manhattangmat.com/forums/lsa ... 15134.html
Like I said IMO If you will only find LSAT questions in certain question categories useful for GMAT Must be true/Inference ,conclusion/main point questions and sometimes parallel reasoning or method of reasoning questions, but the kind of formal logic and approach they use is NOT yet seen in any official gmat question.
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