I'm currently averaging -2 per LR section, and scoring in the low 170s. I've recently started to really understand how the argument is pieced together rather than relying just on question-type strategies. However, I'm still experiencing trade-off between speed and accuracy.
Are there any books, threads, or information on sealing off these last few mistakes? The Fox LR Encyclopedia appears to get a good rep, but I wonder if it's worth it at my current stage. Thanks for your help!
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I'm in pretty much the same boat. Are you noticing any commonalities among the questions you're missing? I'm finding at this point it is just a couple careless mistakes along the way rather than any deficiencies in approach or understanding.
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Mine are mistakes or blindspots that I could have gotten correct if I had ~3 minutes to go back and review. I'm either just finishing or guessing on the last question, but I've found moving faster through the answer choices compromises my accuracy quite a bit. I'm hoping my natural pace will get faster as I build my understanding, rather than resorting to shortcuts or gimmicks that may yield worse results.
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