on March 24 at 05:31PM
When approaching one of the questions, I am wondering if it makes sense to stop once you've found the correct answer. I understand in the video that you should explain why all the answers are false, but when taking the real LSAT, once I determine that B is correct should I even read C,D, and E? or is it in the interest of time to just answer as soon as I find one that I think is right? Does my question make sense? I can rephrase if need be.
Shunhe on March 24 at 07:31PM