Some background: I scored a
I started reading the Logic Games Bible 3 weeks ago, and so far I've covered basic linear, advanced linear and sequencing games in depth. I've started trying grouping games in the past few days, but I've still been doing about 6 LG's a day (3 new, 3 repeat). I probably spend an average of 2-3 hours a day 6-7 days a week working on games, reading, reviewing games, etc.
I've reserved many PrepTests to take as diagnostics, and intend to use the rest to break down into practice sections and questions.
I've reserved PT's 14, 18, 19, 20, 24, 27, 28 37-39, and 41-60, Superprep A, B, C, and the June 07 test.
In the past 3 weeks, I've gradually started to improve with linear games, although I still have problems on some games, and still get questions wrong. Timing is still a major issue for me. I have a lot of trouble finishing each game under 11-12 minutes, and tend to make silly mistakes in retrospect.
For logic games, I've isolated every single LG I can take (not part of the 32 PT's I intend to take), and have them categorized by game type and photocopied, so I can try each game as many times as I want.
I've tried almost every single basic linear & advanced linear practice game that I have (a solid 25+), and in some cases has tried problems more than once (which is why I'm still a little concerned the games are still taking me a long to complete without 100% accuracy.
My game plan is to shore up my linear games skills this week, and then move onto doing 5-6 grouping games every day next week, and then move on to practicing RC.