I do indeed read the Q stem first, all in thanks to the mighty trainer, but I have incorporated using the sticky note method to, I guess you can say, place myself in the position of a test writer. I do enjoy this method since it allows me to tweak and move components of a stimulus around in order to shape it into many different types of questions, which then enables me to answer those very questions I have created. I have found that I am now veiwing all questions as not just material in which my goal is to conquer and select the correct choice, but I am now viewing all questions as why exactly each choice is wrong, how this entire stimulus could have been improved, how this lets say a particular Strengthen question could be made into a N.A. question. One can look at it as if I am attempting to be my own LSAC test-editor.
I would love to hear what you would add to this practice.
Thanks again Mike,