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 [#permalink] New post 04 Dec 2004, 00:35
Jo1to6, what specific LSAT book did you use for CR? Would you recommend official releases of LSAT actual tests? Since Official LSAT does not have answer explanation, will it suffice just to take tests? I'm especially concerned about bold face CRs for which explanations would be a bonus.
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 [#permalink] New post 20 Jan 2005, 17:23
Hello,

I used the Official 10 LSATS book and I found it really useful for thinking through challenging CRs. I worked on the problems in the appropriate sections despite not having the answers. If you have any doubts on specific questions, you can post them in the forums and I'm sure everyone would be glad to help. However, I'm not sure if we are allowed to post the exact questions anymore... better to check with the admins on that.

I hope my reply gets to you in time... GOOD LUCK!

emilem wrote:
Jo1to6, what specific LSAT book did you use for CR? Would you recommend official releases of LSAT actual tests? Since Official LSAT does not have answer explanation, will it suffice just to take tests? I'm especially concerned about bold face CRs for which explanations would be a bonus.
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 [#permalink] New post 30 Jun 2005, 11:47
I don't think the following one can be solved, as we don't know how many persons have taken the exam.

what do you guys think?


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Paul/Avtar-

Here's an example of a standard deviation question you might find on the exam:

The average (arithmetic mean) score on the exam was 35 and the standard deviation was 3. What number in the answer list below is 2 1/2 standard deviations from the mean?

5.5
27.5
29
37.5
41

I didn't see anything more complex than this...
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 [#permalink] New post 01 Jul 2005, 16:52
Hi,Congrats for your awesome achievement!Last month I took GMAT
but could mop up only 510(41Q,19V).I feel utterly depressed.I've just found this forum & overwhelmed by its content; I'm also greatly moved by your achievement.Can you guide me in following fields,
1)I'm a full time worker.I can spend max 20 hrs in 7 days . From today onwards when should I schedule my 2nd attempt?(I'm now eyeing for GMAT only,regardless of admission itinerary).
2)Should I take it by 2005,otherwise ACT may change the test pattern FOLLOWED BY ETS
3) I've got these materials
KAPLAN2005 +CD
PR2005+CD
KAP800
PR VERBAL(JUST PURCHSED)
PROF DAVE BOOK+CD
OG(LAST TIME I GOT THIS 5 DAYS PRIOR TO MY TEST)
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 [#permalink] New post 29 Sep 2005, 00:46
I hear everyone talking about LSAT material ???

Can someone post this to me please sushom101@yahoo.co.in

Verbal is something which I really need to work upon.

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paul/avtar/rasberyy [#permalink] New post 07 Oct 2005, 03:23
Rasberry711 wrote:
Paul/Avtar-

Here's an example of a standard deviation question you might find on the exam:

The average (arithmetic mean) score on the exam was 35 and the standard deviation was 3. What number in the answer list below is 2 1/2 standard deviations from the mean?

5.5
27.5
29
37.5
41

I didn't see anything more complex than this...

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You don't need the number of people, it is actually a very easy question if you know what a SD is. 2 1/2 times SD is 7.5, so the score that is 2 1/2 SD from the mean must me 35 +/-7.5, which can only be 42.5 or 27.5. The latter is the only number on the list so that's the solution.
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