PowerScore CEO and author Dave Killoran frequently talks to students via his personal Twitter account (https://twitter.com/DaveKilloran), and a student reading our LSAT Logical Reasoning Bible requested some additional tips on Numbers and Percentages Logical Reasoning problems. Dave’s LSAT Forum post delivers seven helpful suggestions to improve your #% performance, and includes several examples to make the ideas stick. If you are looking to improve your LR score, give this post a look!
Here's a quick preview of Dave's response:
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