Joeshan520 wrote:I think the fastest perfect game ive done is like 8-10 minutes and it was a balanced linear. 4 in 20 minutes is absolutely insane.
Early in my prep, I remember reading someone saying they finished an LG in 15-20 minutes and I couldn't believe it. I wasn't regularly finishing sections that quickly (usually 29-32 minutes with a few in the mid 20's), but on "game-day" I was so intensely focused that I absolutely flew threw them (to my detriment, as it turned out).
To those who advise picking the easy games first, I completely disagree and this method really hurt me on my first sitting for the exam. First off, it's difficult to know which ones are truly the easy ones. Secondly, it's time-consuming; you may take up time that would've been spent on finishing a question before time runs out. Lastly, which really hurt me, since I didn't finish the first couple games quickly (it took me about 17 to finish them) - I started freaking out, thinking there was no way I'd finish the two hard ones in time.
I strongly recommend becoming strong at all games and just do them in order.
You know the saying, "I wish that I knew what I know now when I was younger"? The one thing is that we need to stop "gaming" and looking for tricks. If I had spent half the time I dedicated to tricks and tips to understanding argumentation and actually learning the exam, I would have done far better on the day of the test.
Lucky for me, there are retakes; so now I know what I know now as a younger version of myself, in terms of taking the LSAT. Haha!