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 LawSchoolDream
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question 12 onwards or so, the passages just get more and more dense and also super difficult. at times I read the explanations but it won't make sense still. What exactly changes in structure and otherwise as questions go up in order? Also I am mentally exhausted by the time I reach 12-15th question.
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 Stephanie Oswalt
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LawSchoolDream wrote: Sat Jan 27, 2024 5:35 pm question 12 onwards or so, the passages just get more and more dense and also super difficult. at times I read the explanations but it won't make sense still. What exactly changes in structure and otherwise as questions go up in order? Also I am mentally exhausted by the time I reach 12-15th question.
Hi!

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