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New post 22 Oct 2013, 04:06
Im currently doing a lot of LSAT CR questions.
I have already completed one book, and I am targeting to complete them all, together with all the RC passages, as it as my goal to score at least 700 on the GMAT.

I have a hit rate of about 60-65% for these LSAT questions. I was wondering if these questions are useful, and above relevant for my GMAT preparation, as a lot of these questions are very hard, and slightly different compared to GMAT CR questions.
Still, I personally find them the best type of questions, as a lot, not to say all, prep companies fail to produce CR questions of the same standard as official questions.
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New post 22 Oct 2013, 07:59
IMO:

LSAT CRs are tough cause you studied GMAT material and doing LSAT CRs. LSAT CRs are mostly logic based. If you understand the problem structure, you can deduce the correct answers. Aristotle prep had a LSAT CR collection(you must be having) that is relevant to GMAT, otherwise most of them are out of GMAT league. To increase LSAT CR accuracy rate, use Nova's Master the LSAT for quick understanding of concepts. But that won't help u much in GMAT.
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