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# Is the LSAT Arguments Harder?

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14 Jun 2003, 21:48
Is the LSAT Useful for help

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16 Jun 2003, 06:49
Curly, this forum is dedicated to problem solving ang discussing both verbal and math questions. General questions put on Share your GMAT experience.

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19 Jun 2003, 02:52
LSAT is obviously harder than GMAT arguments; yes, it is if you are either crazy or ran out of other things to practice. Some killer practicers use it. You can buy the books rather cheaply and have a bunch of questions to work with. You can also download some materials, but I guess you know all about that.

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19 Jun 2003, 10:06
I think the LSAT questions are actually pretty good. I took the one online and I'm convinced it's a good way to practice. They're not that hard. Most are about as tough as the hardest CR on the real GMAT....maybe even a little easier. I saw two really tough ones at the end (I winded up getting a 36 on the verbal 85% on my first try and I'm gearing up for my second). Anyway, why do PR and Kaplan CR when you can do ETS CR questions, assuming you finished the OG. I just bought the 10more real LSAT book yesterday so I can start practicing. It's really good for RC too. Only thing is the LSAT gives you much less time 1.4min per as opposed to 1.9min per. So don't get too discouraged if you don't finish in the alloted time.

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