What is the best way to actually organize the LR questions by type... Like do you cut individual questions out of the pages and group them with other "Weaken" questions for example. I am trying to study for December LSAT on very tight schedule, and I can only dedicate about an hour in the monring, at lunch, and after work. I was thinking in one of those hours I would just do a LR section and review, but how much more beneficial is it to do them by type? I don't know how the heck I would arrange all the questions by type in any kind of organized fasion! let me know thanks!
I have the same question Jdn. Please post if you got this answered elsewhere. Thanks so much!
If you have the books of tests 19-28, 29-38 (or any official lsac test book) OR you have printed off tests and have them organized in chronological order ( PT 10, PT 11, PT 12 ...) then it is easy to do it by question type. It was easy enough to follow the list above.
For example if I was working on flaw questions: I would bring PTs 20-30 with me to my study session (or for you bring it to work). I would pull up the categorized question list up to reference what problems I was working on (not I copied them into a word document). Then I would do all questions on flaw from PT 20 and then check the answers and think about why I missed them, strategies, etc. Then I would go on to all flaw questions for PT 21 and repeat. Doesn't take anymore time, just a matter of being organized. It definitely helps with nailing down specific question types and is IMHO is very worthwhile.
Extra note, you can comment a Y or N next to each question on your word document to track which problems you got correct and even include time. I am am and expect this to be helpful for review and material exhaustion. I.e. if I have already done all flaw questions from PTs 1-40 and am only using PTs 41 on for full length practice tests, I have problems that I struggled on (classified by both Y/N and by time) for each question type. That way if I on a specific full length test, I do poorly on flaw questions, I have a personalized set of best question to redo/review.
No expert, just my 2cents.