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Hi! I’m getting back into studying and I have heard great things about the Fox LR book however from listening to their Podcast I am aware that they recommend reading stimulus before question stem. I have already dabbled with this method and the opposite has worked best for me. Is their book still worthwhile for me in this case?

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Hi there,

I have used the powerscore books as well as Nathan's books to study LR and LG's. Reading the question stem first is not great advice because it promotes a shallow understanding of the material. The Fox LSAT books promote active reading of the material which is made difficult when one is simply scanning for the bit of the passage that answers the question. I think reading the question stem first wil help people who are scoring in the 140s move to the 150s. However, if you have aspirations of a high-score, I do not think that reading the stem first will get you there because reading the stem first inevitably leads to a shallower understanding of the test and more wrong answers. Using Nathan and Ben's teachings I have managed to go from a 151 to a 162 in two months ish of study.

That is just my two cents, but honestly what do I know.

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