JohnDorian wrote:Triage the sections. Do the easy ones first (or the ones you're most comfortable with) and then you'll have extra time for the hard ones.
After enough practice (which you can only get by doing more of them) you should be able to do every game and get 100% if you had the time. Once you get to that point, it's all about time management and practice. They'll eventually become second nature if you work hard enough. Bring some games with you wherever you go. When you're in a waiting room, class, or on the bus/train just pop them out and work on them.
Mastery THEN timing is always the way to go.
This is EXACTLY right, in my experience. I will add that, depending on your target score and the time you have until you take the LSAT, it might not be optimal to learn how to do every game perfectly before you start working on speed.