Honestly the games this go-through made me want to tear my hair out. I had been prepping hard to avoid feeling like I bombed the games, but still just wasn't prepared.
I cancelled in June because of the games, got 165 in Oct, and had been shooting for 170. I got to my 3rd section after a mediocre time with RC and the first LR, and managed to work through LG, feeling confident by the time 35 was up that I hadn't gotten worse than -2 (the last game gave me difficulty, but I came back to it and felt like I figured out most if not all of the final 4 questions).
Went to break, and prayed for LR - LR finish, though I knew it was unlikely.
Sure enough, BAM. The real LG right after break was friggin' brutal. The first game just looked incredibly intimidating and when I finally came back to it I was so worn out from the 2nd game that I couldn't get a handle on it. Final game was pretty easy and I can't even remember much about the 3rd game, though I'm pretty sure I had to guess on a few. I'm just HOPING now that i guessed right a lot and managed to figure out most of the 2nd game (it always does seem worse than it really is when you mess up LG).
Oh well. I OFFICIALLY hate this exam. It has consumed my life and I was unable to conquer it because of these stupid #&4*^@$ Logic Games. I don't know why LSAC felt it necessary to make these recent games so hard (june and dec, oct was more than reasonable). Can't they just throw us some straightforward linear games, a grouping game, and then one tricky hybrid (and leave us with enough #*@%&(#$ space to diagram!!!!)??