Yes, I know...it's a circular game.
But I'm taking the overseas LSAT, which had one in October that fucked with my score, so it helps to be prepared this time.
Hence, SP B is one of the 12 LG sections I'm trying to master before December 12.
Couldn't find any big deductions. Had to brute force it. Only got through 4 questions before the clock ran out because I saved it for last. 4 questions in 10 minutes? Pathetic.
Afterwards, I decided to rewrite it as a linear game, which helped. Is this a good idea to do generally?
What is the best approach to solving this game?
Prepare for the LSAT or discuss it with others in this forum.
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I think the chances of your seeing a circular game again are disappearing. However, the pseudo-linear method works very well if you don't have to deal with "across" relationships (see PT41 game 4). If "across" is in play, it's probably better to use an "asterisk" set-up.
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