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Scottmorse10 on July 19, 2019


Later on will we cove the time these should take or during our actual lsat is the correct strategy to physically write out all the sufficient and necessary for each question and all the possible answers

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Ravi on July 19, 2019


Great questions. Regarding the time it takes for each question, it
really depends. You have approximately 84 seconds to answer each
question on the test. However, some questions you may end up answering
in 20 to 30 seconds, whereas others may take you 2 minutes.

On the test, you're probably not going to have time to write out
diagrams for every single question. A good rule to follow is that you
should diagram only when you need to in order to understand what's
going on. That way, you'll save time by not diagramming questions that
you don't need to.

Hope this helps. Let us know if you have any other questions!