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This is my weakest section, what are some good tips to people scoring -0 to -2 on this section? I went through the logic games bible (the 2003 version, should I try the newer version too?), and I took a Princeton Prep course (useless for games). I know it's the most learnable portion of the exam, but how should I approach this section to get to the point where I'm at -0 to -2? Oh, I'm re-writing in June.
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So you're already scoring -0 to -2 or you want to be scoring -0 to -2? If you're already at perfect or -2, the only step is to single out the games your typically flub on and slow way down in drilling them. If there's no pattern to your flawed answers, slowing down generally is your best bet. If you aren't scoring perfectly or -2, then there's a litany of things you can work on, a list of which is too lengthy to share here. Are you timing yourself immediately? If your not taking until June, you should put the clock away completely. Share some specs.