The official 2021 LSAT study group

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app
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The official 2021 LSAT study group

Post by app » Wed Mar 03, 2021 1:29 am

Rolling thread to discuss ideas, questions, prep advice for 2021 official LSAT administrations.

For Starting Out (Covering All Sections)
- The LSAT Trainer by Mike Kim ( http://www.thelsattrainer.com/ )
For Logic Games
- The Powerscore LSAT Logic Games Bible
- 7Sage Online LSAT Prep
For Logical Reasoning
- Manhattan Logical Reasoning Strategy Guide
For Reading Comprehension
- Manhattan Reading Comprehension Strategy Guide
Materials For Drilling
- Cambridge LSAT Bundles

I'd also add the LSAC Superprep.

Stickied official LSAT guide: viewtopic.php?f=9&t=1097

IntellectualMode
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Re: The official 2021 LSAT study group

Post by IntellectualMode » Sat Mar 06, 2021 6:58 am

Taking next month's April Flex, and I'm at a really tough point
- I'm averaging -7 on the whole test and I'm currently working to take those final points off by any means necessary.
The big drop mainly comes from RC, with a couple off of LR.
LG has been perfected.

Anyone else at this stage? Anyone got suggestions to climb the final few marks, besides advice given by app?

app
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Re: The official 2021 LSAT study group

Post by app » Tue Mar 09, 2021 12:02 pm

IntellectualMode wrote:
Sat Mar 06, 2021 6:58 am
Taking next month's April Flex, and I'm at a really tough point
- I'm averaging -7 on the whole test and I'm currently working to take those final points off by any means necessary.
The big drop mainly comes from RC, with a couple off of LR.
LG has been perfected.

Anyone else at this stage? Anyone got suggestions to climb the final few marks, besides advice given by app?
-7 on the whole test is fairly solid.

typically how many do you miss in RC? is this on latest RC (pt mid-50s onward) or older?
any specific question types you think you miss more often?

there are some solid RC scorers here who can probably give their view on how to improve, but i found that when i read the passage slower i comprehended better and was better overall than reading faster.

IntellectualMode
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Re: The official 2021 LSAT study group

Post by IntellectualMode » Thu Mar 11, 2021 7:37 am

Yeah we focusing on Latest RC, it's usually quite a big drop between -4 and -5.

The drops have been consistently happening on passages where the topic is one that is less favorable to me - pretty much anything to do with the arts because with these passages, it's a bit harder for me to recognize what arguments are being made within the context.

Your advice is probably right though, I should give these passages the time they need and give myself the time to really understand what the argument is, what views are given etc.

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