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jcdjgd wrote:Hi all.
I currently am studying the various types of Logic Games. I have gone through the LRB completely and have also done a few additional games of each type from earlier PTs (mostly from 20-30 PT sections). I have been following Pithypike's studying model, however I am curious as to how critical I should be with myself in regards to the timing of these games. I am doing games daily, and have been studying LG for about 2 weeks now. I am pretty accurate from game-to-game, getting on average (and at most) -1 on each game, however, the time it takes me to complete a game is roughly 9:30-11:30 minutes long.
My goal is to first work on the concepts of each game type --> accuracy --> then speed, however, should I be seeing a decrease in the time it takes for me to complete each game after doing roughly 5-7 games a day for 2 weeks now? I feel as if I am working as quickly as possible while applying the techniques of the LRB and still getting a time ranging from 9:30-11:30. For those of you who are farther along in prep than I am, did you find your LG times decrease at a greater rate after you have redone some of the games that have taken you longer to finish in the past, OR just continuing on to NEW games of each game type.
Thanks for any future replies.
Having only been studying and practicing games for 2 weeks, you are in great shape. Your focus on understanding concepts and types and going for accuracy first before speed is the right way to do it. Keep doing that and your speed will naturally improve.