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02 Jul 2006, 23:50
Guys,

I am getting 75-80% hit in LSAT CRs. Is it normal or lower?
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03 Jul 2006, 00:52
ps_dahiya wrote:
Guys,

I am getting 75-80% hit in LSAT CRs. Is it normal or lower?

ps_dahiya,

75-80% hit rate on LSAT CRs is pretty good I must say that one should focus on improving the hit rate under timed condition. Among the LSAT CRs you can ignore on the Parallel reasoning Qs and the ones that involve/require convoluted deductive logic rules (If A then B. If !B-> then !A).

The most important ones to focus on are assumptions, weaken/strengthen, paradox, argument evaluation... If you can crack them under 2 minutes, you are GOOD TO GO!!!

Another thing you could try is to mix a few CRs and RCs and create your own mini tests - Just to get used to the CR/RC pattern..
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03 Jul 2006, 22:51
giddi77 wrote:
ps_dahiya wrote:
Guys,

I am getting 75-80% hit in LSAT CRs. Is it normal or lower?

ps_dahiya,

75-80% hit rate on LSAT CRs is pretty good I must say that one should focus on improving the hit rate under timed condition. Among the LSAT CRs you can ignore on the Parallel reasoning Qs and the ones that involve/require convoluted deductive logic rules (If A then B. If !B-> then !A).

The most important ones to focus on are assumptions, weaken/strengthen, paradox, argument evaluation... If you can crack them under 2 minutes, you are GOOD TO GO!!!

Another thing you could try is to mix a few CRs and RCs and create your own mini tests - Just to get used to the CR/RC pattern..

Thanks Girish.
BTW, I always do the questions (except on GMATCLUB) under timed conditions.
giddi77 wrote:
Another thing you could try is to mix a few CRs and RCs and create your own mini tests - Just to get used to the CR/RC pattern..

This is a good suggestion. I will try to do that.
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