October 17, 2017 at 5:51 pm #3324gunnjdParticipant
I am finishing up Chapter 18, and my drill set performance has been poor.
Is this a sign I should go back and redo the first LR sections of the book? During those first sections I felt pretty good — then around chapter 16 hit things got messy.
During drill sets I’m taking far too long to answer questions (some not correctly). I am doing steps 2 and 3 OK, but generally get caught up/distracted re-reading. I’m not always able to clearly express the type of flaw (1+1 does not equal 3, etc) that occurs, even though I’m getting argument and support.
My plan is to take the Dec 2nd test, but am concerned that I may not be building the habits taught in the trainer. Fortunately I’m able to focus 100% on LSAT training.
October 18, 2017 at 3:30 pm #3325gunnjdParticipant
So I just cracked chapter 20…and it seems like this addresses my concerns here :).
What a good trainer!
EDIT: Did the work at the end, and had 2 wrong. My time was still too long (35 minutes) but I’m feeling better about how things are coming together.
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