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 emg0229
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Do the problems increase in difficulty in the lesson homework? I only have time to do some of the assigned problems, so can I stick to the first ones or should I mix it up throughout the problem sets?
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 Dave Killoran
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emg0229 wrote:Do the problems increase in difficulty in the lesson homework? I only have time to do some of the assigned problems, so can I stick to the first ones or should I mix it up throughout the problem sets?
Hi EMG,

Good question! In most sets, they do start out easier, and then they rise in difficulty. For the longer problems sets, the middle sections vary signification in difficulty (like any LSAT) before rising again at the end. The end of most every problem set contains the hardest questions.

Thanks!

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