It was my recommendation.
contains ACTUAL tests administered in the past and the other LSAT preptests are similar tests. I assume that you took Section 1 in Preptest A. There are two sections of Logical Reasoning (thats Critical Reasoning) in Test A, B and C. Generally, the first section is the easier one of the two. Also, the tougher questions are generally towards the end of the section.
I would request you to try the second section of logical reasoning. hopefully that would challenge you and will help you a lot.
The whole idea is to practise with standard questions. Except the Official Guide and the nine paper tests, there is too little material out there. Plus the paper test dont have the explanations. Most of the times, the frustrating part with kaplan
or princeton is the poor quality of their verbal questions.
Hope this helps
Hi. Yesterday I bought "The Official LSAT SuperPrep
" book based on someone's recommendation here. I just did 18 questions in 45 min. That's an average of 2:32 minutes per question. A little slow, I know. I spent a chunk of time comparing the two choices that I had narrowed down to before selecting my answer. The kicker is: I found most of the questions to be surprisingly easy. Often I could intuit the type of answer that a question required. The questions seemed similar in difficulty level to that of the easy and medium OG CR questions. It turns out that I got 1 wrong out of 18 questions! (That's 95% correct! The highest I've ever gotten in my practice sessions) Of course, I have to work on becoming more confident with choosing answers so that I won't have to spend time reviewing them.My question to all of you who've used LSAT materials is:
Is the level of difficulty of the questions in SuperPrep
the same as that of the book, The 10 Actual, Official LSAT PrepTests
, and its sequel ("10 More...")?
I'm going to get my hands on "10 More..." later this week (I heard that it contains more recent tests). Should I get "10 Actual" as well?
Thanks in advance for your comments.