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Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

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Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

moosequeen replied to your post: I stopped for awhile, but I’ve been se…

I added you :P

I’ll go add you! Be prepared for random pictures.

I stopped for awhile, but I’ve been sending a lot of snapchats lately.

I’m sure all the recipients are appreciating them.

badwolfcomplex:

I didn’t know I was waiting for this but oh I was.
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dating me would involve:

  • bed all day
  • netflix
  • pizza
  • coffee
  • sexy time
  • kissing
  • tv shows
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Anonymous said: found you through the lsat tag! i saw that you've answered questions about the LSAT regarding logic games. I was wondering instead what I should do about logical reasoning? I can't seem to finish and my brain kind of shuts off when the questions are about science, and when they're on the long side. I've done the powerscore bibles but i'm just not sure how to improve on logical reasoning (besides doing practice tests of course). i'm taking the october test, so what do you suggest?

Stamina is definitely an issue moreso on the LR and RC sections in my opinion. If you have good accuracy un-timed, make sure you aren’t taking PT’s or drilling sections “timed” but not being honest. As much as it sucks, you have to work to complete it in the time and stay focused. Doing say 20 questions, taking a break, and then doing the rest all “in 35 minutes” doesn’t count, because the mental break doesn’t happen on test day. Focusing got easier with time for me, so just keep working at it. 

My other suggestion is to do drilling based on question type. Cambridge released some bundles you can get that organize the questions by type and difficulty, making it easier to tell if you’re bad at paradox question, or perhaps really good at strengthen questions, so you can focus your studying on what you need to improve. In my opinion, studying smart is important. When you get a question wrong, don’t just figure out what the right answer is, figure out WHY it was the right answer and remember what you missed next time you see a similar question.

Last 4th of July I was drunk by now.

Today I just want to sit around and do nothing.