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Not reading carefully... Misinterpreting stimulus

lsatmakesmecrylsatmakesmecry Core Member

I keep misinterpreting the question or what the stimulus is really saying/asking for. This leads me to kind of develop my own assumption of what the answer should be or even misinterpret the entire stimulus itself, which leads me to get really easy questions wrong. I don't know if this is because I am not reading carefully or slowly enough... does anybody have this same issue or have any suggestions for me? #help


  • lsatplaylistlsatplaylist Member
    5249 karma

    It takes reading a lot of questions to get used to the way they write. Some things that may help are pretending you're on a debate panel, focusing on one argument component at a time, and giving yourself a lot of patience. Also, it can take some time to get warmed up before a section or PT.

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