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10/27/08 11:04 PM
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PhilHellmuth
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I will be writing the LSATS either in June or September. So far I've looked at a few sample LSATS and it doesnt look too tough. My only concern is in the reading comprehension section. I can comprehend the content very well but it seems that there are always a few words in the passages that I dont know and have to try to deduce what they mean.

Are there any reading materials that I should go through to build up the type of vocabulary i will need for the LSAT?
10/28/08 10:43 AM
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HaMMerHouseFAN
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Normally not knowing a few of the words in the reading passage wont hurt you because you should be able to understand the overally question.

However, if you still plan to learn vocab, don't study vocab, but instead study prefixes for words. This should help you more because if you know what the prefix of a word is, most likely you will know what the word means.
10/28/08 5:45 PM
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dont waste your time learning vocab
10/28/08 8:10 PM
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thanks for the input guys

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