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3月复习报告展望。
真正的追求必是极度的苦郁
这样不紧不慢,肯定是考不好的,这我是可以确定的。

想想还有多少时间,你觉得还能玩吗?

写出每天必须完成的任务和每月必须达到的目标。

即小目标和大目标。

在接下去的两周时间内,我将完成那本逻辑题集。 我将标出做错的题目。 这里我练的是速度。
时间估计:那本书有7个部分,我以接近完成两个了。还有五个。一周2个半应该不是太难的事情。

剩下的两周时间内,我将把重点转移到逻辑game上。
把那本书做完,标出错误

每周我要求完成至少一篇阅读。如果你是因为太讨厌重做阅读,而不做阅读的话,我建议你放弃这个想法。你不能因为不想做而不做,lsac又不是你开的。
我有28篇阅读,我才做完7篇,还有21篇,如果每周两篇都可以。所以阅读也是无须担心没有材料。

每天我不管你有多忙,多紧张,我要求你至少完成一个game四组题和一个lr section。同时保证能够把这周的economist看完。

现在列出我每天要干的活:
1,看lr书。
2,做lr section和game四组题。
3,每周要完成两篇阅读。
4,周日末再组一份考卷。
5,每天看economist只能限定两个小时。
6,学业估计可能要退居次位了。

本月重在练习速度。但是要建立完善的复习体系,记下你做错的每道题目。综合起来后,每周拿出一个下午攻坚。可喜的是lr已经初见成效,具体表现在如下方面:
猜题准确率提高。
阅读速度提高。
时间控制不错。
整天表现不错。维持在6-8个之间,但是我的目标是4个之内。所以要求是熟悉的题目尽量全对,不熟的题目要抓紧攻坚。

Game的弱点还是在时间和无从下手上,我能作出的唯一建议,还是多看看cracking the lsat

牛人都这样了,你还有其他的理由不做吗。
I studied 2-4 hours most days. I skipped a few days, when I was feeling burned out or too busy to concentrate. Studying entailed reviewing my mistakes multiple times after taking a practice LSAT, as well as reviewing the questions that I answered correctly. Studying also included practicing numerous games questions and some logic questions.

I had time to check my answers at the end of each section, so marking up the test would quickly pinpoint those questions needing review. My icon system of question marks/exclamation marks/boxes also let me to determine the order of importance during that double-checking review time. Best of all, marking up the practice test allowed me to study troublesome material again once I knew the correct answer.

The truth is that the game isn’t impossible. No game is “impossible”. I simply needed to take a deep breath and realize, rationally, that I must have misunderstood something. Rules can’t be contradictory and only one answer is correct. Thus, I must have assumed too much or misinterpreted something somewhere. I would carefully reread the prompt and the question. I would then analyze each component that made up the statement. Invariably, I found that I was skipping over a dependent clause or misreading a "can" as a "cannot". It’s usually something very minor, but important.

I wanted to know what made the passage was difficult. Was it terminology? Was I allowing myself to be intimidated by the material? Was it a matter of not enough focus during the test? After dissecting the passage a half-dozen times (aloud, silently, to a friend, whatever), I would feel as though I had "conquered" it, so to speak…it helped my confidence level immensely.

My big breakthrough was admitting that I had to stop reading the logic questions with my own agenda–I needed to focus on what patterns the *test-makers* saw and what conclusions the *test-makers* wanted. After I acknowledged that it was about jumping through the hoops rather than defending my personal opinions, it became almost fun. I liked "switching" my brain from regular thinking to LSAT-test-taker thinking.

For me, doing a few tests was enough to have intuition about what each RC passage’s questions would be

didn’t indicate that I was regressing –a low score just meant I had to be more careful with each question.

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