PT 83 RC Analysis with Sage Daniel S. - Thursday, February 1 at 7 p.m. EST

Daniel.SieradzkiDaniel.Sieradzki Member Sage
edited February 2018 in Webinars 2301 karma

Aloha everyone!

Please join me for a night of PT 83 RC at 7 p.m. EST on Thursday, February 1.

We will be applying 7Sage's RC strategies and techniques to the newest RC section on the market. I will also share some of the RC insights that I have picked up from taking every single RC section multiple times and from tutoring. At the end of the session, I will also answer any RC questions you might have.

Who is this session for?
This session is primarily for February test takers who want to reinforce their understanding of RC and see 7Sage's strategies in action. June test takers may also want to attend. However, you might also want to save PT 83 for later in your studies.

How do I prepare?
Please take PT 83 and BR it. Ultimate+ users can access this test here: Other users can purchase the test here:

Please do not look at the correct answers. We want to think about the questions and really reason through them, which is best done when you don't know the correct answers.

Finally, make sure you have the test in front of you. Because this is a new test, I will not be sharing my screen (test).

How do I join?
Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.

You can also dial in using your phone.
United States: +1 (646) 749-3122

Access Code: 894-516-589

Joining from a video-conferencing room or system?
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  • twssmithtwssmith Alum
    5120 karma

    Daniel! So great for Feb test takers!!
    Keep your notes for the June takers <3

  • jennnnnnnnyjennnnnnnny Alum Member
    26 karma

    Thanks Daniel!! Will be there, you are the best tutor ever!

  • Daniel.SieradzkiDaniel.Sieradzki Member Sage
    2301 karma

    @twssmith Thank you, I will! You are going to rock June!

    @jennnnnnnny Awesome, I look forward to seeing you there!

    As for the ad, there have been a lot more of you lately. Excited for the February LSAT? @"Dillon A. Wright" If you can remove the ad, that would be great. Thanks!

  • inactiveinactive Alum Member
    12637 karma

    Please use the "flag" button to notify me of spam instead of @mentioning me or quoting the spam, please! It looks like this:

  • amedley88amedley88 Alum Member
    378 karma

    I'll be there!

  • Daniel.SieradzkiDaniel.Sieradzki Member Sage
    2301 karma

    I have updated the original post to include information on how to join the session. I look forward to seeing everyone there!

  • markk007markk007 Member
    21 karma

    Hi Daniel Sieradzki, will there perhaps be a recording of the lecture? I may not be able to make it to the session tonight.

  • BinghamtonDaveBinghamtonDave Alum Member 🍌🍌
    8684 karma

    Anyone on the fence about going, I highly recommend you attend. Daniel is an elite test taker with a very deep understanding of RC.

  • OlamHafuchOlamHafuch Alum Member
    2326 karma

    I think an important caveat to February test takers before doing RC of PT83: Do not expect RC to be this easy on the Feb. exam. The RC of PT83 was the easiest RC section in a long time, by a long shot, in my opinion.

  • Daniel.SieradzkiDaniel.Sieradzki Member Sage
    edited February 2018 2301 karma

    @markk007 Good question. I am looking into the matter. Generally BR and review sessions for new tests are not recorded even though the test is not share. This is for legal reasons. I will let everyone know once I find out whether or not we can record.

    @uhinberg brings up a good point. Students often find that their section scores jump around from PT to PT. The difficulty of the sections changes from test to test. A student taking the RC section with riddled basins (a 5-star difficulty section) will likely have a worse RC score than if they took a 2-star difficulty RC section. This is why you should not freak out if your RC score drops a little. Check the difficulty of the section in 7Sage Analytics. Similarly, you should also realize that a good RC section score on one test may not hold when facing a more difficult section on the next test. You always want to try to improve.

    In the end, I think we can learn a lot even from the easier sections. The fundamentals of RC are the same. We just have to work a little harder and smarter on the hard RC sections. The general focus on this session is to apply strategies to RC as a whole.

  • Daniel.SieradzkiDaniel.Sieradzki Member Sage
    2301 karma

    I am working on starting the meeting now. Minor technical issues

  • Linda1205Linda1205 Member
    215 karma

    Thanks so much Daniel! The meeting was awesome!

  • Daniel.SieradzkiDaniel.Sieradzki Member Sage
    edited February 2018 2301 karma

    Everyone, thank you for coming! That was an awesome session!

    Here is a link to my Dropbox, which contains my RC PowerPoints and PT 83 RC analysis:

    I could not record this session for legal reasons. However, my PowerPoints and analysis should still be of use to those who attended and those who missed this session.

    Please reach out to me if you have any questions. I wish you all the best on the February LSAT! You are going to crush it!

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