dominkay wrote:PS What are "challenges?"
They were just questions/games done individually and checked over after everyone was done.
I'm glad your experience was different, I wish I had drawn a better instructor. My instructor was a third year law student with a job already lined up who just didn't seem to care. Like when you would ask questions or come early he'd make you feel like an annoying gunner or something. Not the best experience.
Just make SURE you get a good grasp on the logic games. I did EVERY question released from the homeworks and the supplemental and the June 2010 LG section still kicked me in the FACE.
Rememeber: Logic games isn't about blindly following one method of attack, as I found out on Monday, but about developing a comprehensive, flexible system that often differs from what you're taught. That's when you'll get a flawless LG section, and that's where studying the PS method BEFORE the TM method comes in handy. They're similar enough not to mess with you, but I think the differences between them will get you thinking critically about the methods themselves.
For my next bout with the LSAT I'm going to focus about 70% on developing my own unique system for attacking the games. That means I have to pick up the PS bible and incorporate that into the stuff TM taught me.
My 2 cents.