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Previous test-takers [#permalink] New post 05 Feb 2006, 09:33
I noticed that some people who has taken the Pearson Vue mentioned that there is a large amount of SC on the real thing and little CR, probably less than 10. If that's the case, how much do you think we should study for the CR? Do you think doing about 200 CR from the 100 CR would be enough? I have already go over the CR in the OG guide a few times and I want to look for other questions.

Also, what would be a good book to improve quant skills? I have the Kaplan 2005, kaplan math workout, and PR 2005. But I am not sure if these are any good since no one really comment on them in this forum.
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Feb 2006, 13:06
You are absolutely right. SC questions have gone up and CR questions have came down.I got close to 8-9 CR questions and a ton of SC questions.But the difficulty level of CR is lil more, atleast thats wht i feel. If you have not started working on OG, then better start it now. Try to do some LSAT CR's as well.You can find them in the CR-1000 document.Let me know if you need it
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Feb 2006, 14:36
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You are absolutely right. SC questions have gone up and CR questions have came down.I got close to 8-9 CR questions and a ton of SC questions.But the difficulty level of CR is lil more, atleast thats wht i feel. If you have not started working on OG, then better start it now. Try to do some LSAT CR's as well.You can find them in the CR-1000 document.Let me know if you need it


Yes, I have already gone over the entire OG guide a few times already. I have the 1000 CR document. I am just wondering how many should I do. I mean, doing the entire 1000 questions is alot for just 8-9 questions on the real thing.
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