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2 part RC passages

rhitt19rhitt19 Member
edited August 2021 in Reading Comprehension 34 karma

I seem to remember JY saying in one of his videos that passages with 2 parts in RC (usually labeled part A and B ) are no longer common on the LSAT. Am I remembering this correctly?

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  • csharm002csharm002 Alum Member
    352 karma

    One way to look would be going into RC for problem sets, go to the later tests and look at what kind they are. If it says "co" that means it's a comparative passage.

  • Jordan JohnsonJordan Johnson Alum Member
    680 karma

    @rhitt19 said:
    I seem to remember JY saying in one of his videos that passages with 2 parts in RC (usually labeled part A and B ) are no longer common on the LSAT. Am I remembering this correctly?

    There have been comparative passages on every test since 52, I believe.

  • rhitt19rhitt19 Member
    34 karma

    @csharm002 said:
    One way to look would be going into RC for problem sets, go to the later tests and look at what kind they are. If it says "co" that means it's a comparative passage.

    Thanks, it seems like it's in all the most recent ones.

  • rhitt19rhitt19 Member
    34 karma

    @"Jordan Johnson" said:

    @rhitt19 said:
    I seem to remember JY saying in one of his videos that passages with 2 parts in RC (usually labeled part A and B ) are no longer common on the LSAT. Am I remembering this correctly?

    There have been comparative passages on every test since 52, I believe.

    Thank you

  • Jordan JohnsonJordan Johnson Alum Member
    680 karma

    @rhitt19 said:
    Thank you

    No problem! Glad I could help you. :)

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