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MemberDaniel LaLonde says
I know in the LG Mastery course you recommend writing the diagrams and the mini diagrams right on the page, but on the new LSAT Flex, we are doing it on a computer screen and can no longer do this. Any suggestions on how to make sure that we are still the most effective that we can possibly be?
FounderGraeme Blake says
I actually do the same thing. I draw something like:
And draw the diagram by it, and cross off the answers directly on the scrap paper. On the screen I mark only the right answer when done the question.
Thank you so much for your seminar. Although I just watched the intro and the first few minute of the second video, it seems that I found the reason why I kept staying in 150s. I would like to make comments or email you later.
By the way, it’s always hard for me to find the link to the RC seminar. Where shall I click into the RC seminar?
FounderGraeme Blake says
That’s great! What was the reason?
Once you login here, you should redirect to an account page. There’s a link for the course list there, or you can also click the link for the welcome page, it goes to the same place.
If that doesn’t work, the direct link for the course list is here: https://lsathacks.com/course-list/
How are you?
I have some important questions for you;
what are the difference between free protests with full explanation as free and non free books here https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/author/ref=mw_dp_a_ap?_encoding=UTF8&author=Graeme%20Blake&searchAlias=books&asin=B009A0YBWO
I think all preptests in the website are the same as these non free books. right?
TutorLucas (LSAT Hacks) says
Yes, the explanations in the books are the same as the ones on the site, but the books also include:
(1) Helpful tips for improving your score on Logical Reasoning and Logic Games
(2) An appendix of question types that you can use to quickly find the question types that you’d like to drill or work on from that test