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The Loophole vs 7Sage LR curriculum

TheCourtJesterTheCourtJester Alum Member
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Hey Guys. I went through Ellen Cassidy's the Loophole first. When I was going through 7sage's course, I skipped the LR section as it was already covered in the Loophole. I am wondering whether that was a good idea. Is the 7Sage LR section skippable if you have already gone through the Loophole? Should I go over the 7Sage LR section as well?


  • jaea6195jaea6195 Monthly Member
    67 karma

    Loophole first 8 chapters then 7Sage curriculum. Don't do all of the problem sets after each question type though. 1 or 2 with extensive review then keep moving.

  • tanned_surfer333tanned_surfer333 Alum Member
    23 karma

    @jaea6195 Is there a reason for why one should only do the first 8 chapters? I'm on chapter 3 now. Are the chapters after 8 garbage? Just curious!

  • andrew.rsnandrew.rsn Alum Member
    831 karma

    I feel like this is a very subjective question. If you read through the Loophole (as I did) and feel like you have a really strong understanding of Logical Reasoning then you probably don't have to. At the very least I would do a good chunk of the problem sets 7sage has in the LR curriculum, and then decide from there. The Loophole's concept of powerful vs provable definitely has helped me and now whenever I encounter a question on a PT I say "powerful or provable to myself" lol

  • tams2018tams2018 Alum Member
    727 karma

    JY's explanation for the answer choices are undefeated.

    I would still consider going through the LR curriculum with JY.

  • TheCourtJesterTheCourtJester Alum Member
    144 karma

    Hey @tanned_surfer333, I don't think so. Chapters 9- 12 are really valuable IMHO. Probably the most valuable part of the book.

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