FloridaCoastalorbust wrote:Hey all, I was curious about how people approached LG. When I run through a question - let's call it a could be true - I generally move from A, to B, etc. eliminating those answers that cannot be true until, obviously, the one that could be true remains. Sometimes though, I second guess myself and run a hypothetical of that condition just to make sure it could be true, and occasionally I eliminate the remaining ACs just to ensure I selected the right answer. Anyone else do this, or am I wasting precious time?
Also, if I'm super crunched for time on LG (the last question or two) I jump to the ACs that have statistically higher odds of being chosen, and work from there. So that would mean starting at D, E, B, C, and then A, instead of running A-E. Dumb idea?
for could be true questions, my general rule of thumb is that if i find the one that could be true and it fits all the rules etc and i'm confident, i pick it and move on. that being said, if i'm not 100% i'll try and eliminate the other ones. i think the general tls wisdom is that you should always read every answer choice, but personally, if a could be true fits and makes sense i try to move on.
i don't think that's a dumb idea necessarily tho, since going A-E is arbitrary as well. if jumping around is distracting you though you could always try going E-A instead, but honestly you should just do w/e you are comfortable with