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I must be one of the oddballs because my logical reasoning and reading comprehension improved greatly, while my logic games ability has barely increased at all. I probably have issues with stress management, lol. srsly though
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It's improvable because LG questions can always be resolved for a fact. Not saying that LR and RC don't have support for their answers, but for LG, it's unequivocally (think math versus English exams) correct. Also, most ppl score lower on LG because it's foreign, unlike RC, which most have seen on previous standardized exams. Most people additionally improve on LG because there are only so many different scenarios that can be presented.
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I followed another poster's advice and made 3 copies of every single LSAT game ever released. (Warning: takes a lot of time, a lottttt of paper, and a massive 5 inch binder) First I did them by type, then I just started rotating randomly through them and tried to finish each game in a shorter amount of time than I had finished it the previous time. This helped a lot!
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