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For Comparative Reading Passages...

Hi Dave!


Since the comparative reading came up recently, it seems like we don't have much of practice readings, and i think i remember you telling us, the comparative reading use to be okay but all of sudden it became harder... and i remember hearing it was bit harder on October 2011 test.. i think i heard this on your awesome podcast!!!)

Do you know how i can improve/practice comparative readings??

Thanks in Advance,

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While there aren't nearly as many A/B passages as the others (since they only make up 1/4 of all current reading, and they've only been around for 4 years), you still have in your possession every single scored A/B passage LSAC has produced.

In addition to the 9 sets in your Practice Exams book (all with complete video explanations), you also have 4 others in your RC book. With those 13 passages you should have plenty of material to practice for the A/B set (particularly since the job isn't different from the rest of your reading).

I'm glad you enjoyed the podcast - I haven't gotten much feedback about it, so I've put it aside for now. Maybe one day I'll start it up again...

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