I always wonder how people get a 180 on the Lsat,meaning u can always make it 0 on games and maybe LR but not Rc,cause i end up losing 7 questions 2+3 in LR,2 RC,0 in games,i noticed that if i dont pose at the end of complicated sentences i dont manage to get the dots connected and end up getting that question wrong,and timing can be one of the issues pressuring,so how do u think ,can u make any suggestions i have 2 months left with 21 tests to take and reading the economist?
LSAT Kung Fu Forum / Your perspective
I'm not completely certain that I've understood your question, but I'll say this:
To get the maximum score, in my experience it's necessary to have an extraordinarily strong grasp of pattern recognition. In this way, you free up the time necessary to wrestle with the most-difficult questions.
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I am pretty much familiar w all those things-question types,have all the 80 flaws ,know all the techniques for each question,also i use function word analysis,also i am familiar with techniques for each question,but what i mean is that sometimes there are complicated stimulus in LR and RC and if i don`t take time to understand what goes with what i end up getting that question wrong .Also i use sth in LR ,once i read the stimulus if i know the answer i rush to pick it up if not i use an elimination technique ,which takes time but for hard questions i guess its worth it,i mean i end up having 2 choices and go for the lines,that works w reading comp too ,i know it takes time but i use that for only 5 out of 27 questions in Rc. I just wanna know what schedule u used for your studying,ho many tests a week,cause i analyze a test a day and then once or twice a week i take a timed test.Any corrections from your side would be helpful.
This document gives my suggested study schedule. I recommend working through roughly 1/2 of a test every day; your current schedule sounds appropriate to me.