DDSAJC

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Many are saying that the line method doesn't work anymore. That was my only hope for this section... :(
How would you approach this section then? Simply just visualizing it?
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Oh I've been using Crack the DAT PAT and I tried that last week and it seemed like the line method was working okay tho.. Any thoughts/suggestions?
 

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crack dat pat didn't update their software to reflect the change. I had the same problem but with some practice, visualizing will come. Use the generators on bootcamp.
 

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DatGenius has an AMAZING TFE tutorial :bow: !! It made my worst section going in my best section! The thing that helped me the most was understanding that all of the TFE drawings are drawn to scale.
 
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DDSAJC

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DatGenius has an AMAZING TFE tutorial :bow: !! It made my worst section going in my best section! The thing that helped me the most was understanding that all of the TFE drawings are drawn to scale.
DAT Genius is not free for the top front end tutorial:(
 
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DDSAJC

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crack dat pat didn't update their software to reflect the change. I had the same problem but with some practice, visualizing will come. Use the generators on bootcamp.
I typed in DAT Bootcamp and I was able to access some free generator problems.
http://datbootcamp.com/classroom/perceptual-ability/top-front-end-visualizer/
I tried some of the problems and they were alright. Do you have to pay extra to access real TFE generators?

Also the lining method you talking about is simply counting how many lines there will be and starting to eliminate some choices?
I'm not 100% sure what the lining method is referring to. Can you explain to me what the lining method you are saying is?
The method that I use is to eliminate some choices that have less or more lines and from there I try to visualize special shapes or indents and choose the right answer.
Most questions have one or two answer choices w/ different numbers of lines, so after the elimination I try to choose the best answer to match with the given views.