ok, so the last two days have been fairly productive.
Reviewed the following chapters from the LSAT LR bible.
Strengthen, Justify the conclusion and Assumption
Inference & Main Point
Method of Argument
I clearly remember that i was stuck on a couple of 'Main Point' questions on the real exam, and now i have learnt to isolate the conclusion. The Main point of the argument will always be the conclusion, only worded differently.
I solved about 20 Main Point questions from past LSAT papers and got 19 of them correct.
I will continue working through these chapters and solve questions from past LSAT papers.
The only reason i am solving LSAT CR
questions is because i have already solved the OG questions before and am looking for new material.
I also read chapters 1&2 from the 'Doing Grammar
In the morning today, i did a gmatclub math test, m25.
Here is my result:
m25 31 37 84% 94.0450sec 88%
I got 31 out of 37 correct. I finished with roughly 15 minutes to spare & made 3 really silly mistakes.
I want to solve at least one gmat club test a day. Have you guys found this useful?
I scored a Q49 on the real test, and am very comfortable with the material. Any advice on how to push this to a Q50 or Q51. I feel the difference between a Q49 and a Q50/51 is huge, especially if you are looking to score 750+.
Anyways, time to do some SC. I am planning to solve at least 20-30 questions a day from 1000SC.