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New post 18 Nov 2005, 02:57
Hi,
Most people seem to be pretty comfortable with CR. But its a nightmare for me. My problem is that in most cases I narrow my answers down to 2 and go wrong in the last step.
I have seen posts that OG Cr's are easy. But I dont find them all that easy. I go wrong in a lot of them. I really dont know how to improve my score. I have read strategies in Princeton and Kaplan and though they make a lot of sense when reading, they do not help me a lot in solving the OG CRs .
Can somebody please give me some advise? :(
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New post 25 Nov 2005, 18:38
remgeo wrote:
Hi,
Most people seem to be pretty comfortable with CR. But its a nightmare for me. My problem is that in most cases I narrow my answers down to 2 and go wrong in the last step.
I have seen posts that OG Cr's are easy. But I dont find them all that easy. I go wrong in a lot of them. I really dont know how to improve my score. I have read strategies in Princeton and Kaplan and though they make a lot of sense when reading, they do not help me a lot in solving the OG CRs .
Can somebody please give me some advise? :(


Dude , I feel u'r pain ;)
Seriously , am in the same spot. I get what is being asked for and between not "pre-answering" and a couple of confusing choices , I get lost somewhere along the way :-(

Have heard that the LSAT books ("Next 10" or something like that) is supposed to be real good for CR (and RC , I believe) .
Unfortunately , I don't have much time for my prep. or else I'd try that myself .

Let me know what option u go with .

Cheers.
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New post 26 Nov 2005, 01:52
Hi,
Judging by personal experience, LSAT CR is not that beneficial. I think it can be if you do a lot of it, but the arguments are more complex and seem to test different principles. LSAT RC is good since it is hard and asks questions similar to GMAT RCs. Kap800 was good for both CR and RC.
Every time I practice CR, I am uncomfortable with the first few questions, but as I keep going on, my accuracy rate increases. If this is the case with you, I would suggest doing some CR questions on test day, before you go in to take the test.

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