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i was just wondering that i have a 80% success rate on CR and RC questions and i have gone thorugh the MGMAT books for both these topics. Do you think going thorugh CR bible and LSAT Rc will improve my accuracy or if i just practice more i can improve. Because i know most of the stuff? Thanks

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Hi guys,
i was just wondering that i have a 80% success rate on CR and RC questions and i have gone thorugh the MGMAT books for both these topics. Do you think going thorugh CR bible and LSAT Rc will improve my accuracy or if i just practice more i can improve. Because i know most of the stuff? Thanks




People here have reported the LSAT material to be of higher difficulty and have reported LSAT material helped him/her on more advanced (700+) problems.

Some threads to look at:
lsat-for-gmat-95577.html
usefulness-of-lsat-books-materials-80818.html
review-of-powerscore-s-lsat-rc-bible-86718.html
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I used LSAT LR (CR) a lot and they were useful and harder. At the same time, they are different and it's important to switch back to OG CR before your test.
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I definately recommend CR Bible over MGMAT CR. CR Bible has help me improved my accuracy on difficult CR questions. In my opinion, the strategies discuss in that book is more efficient than MGMAT CR. Furthermore, the questions in the CR Bible are more challenging than MGMAT CR.

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The Powerscore CR Bible is excellent and, in my opinion, an essential resource in one's GMAT preparation. I also used the Powerscore RC Bible. It's a more powerful tool than Manhattan RC and LSAT passages are more challenging, but do you actually need an RC guide? If you're performing reasonably well for RC, then just practice with LSAT passages under the same time constraints as the GMAT RC problems.

LSAT LR questions are pretty good too, but remember walker's advice and switch back to GMAT questions prior to the test.
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