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For example, I have found the Pithypike guide to be an extremely useful approach for LG. I printed out every LG three times (I have all PTs on PDF), and then I organized them by type. I started with Basic Linear, and drilled those for about a week, redoing the same games after a few days, then when I was averaging about 6 minutes/game, I moved on to Advanced Linear, and kept drilling those. My time went down from about 15 minutes per game to under 10 minutes per game very quickly. Then I moved on to grouping games and worked on those for about a week.
For RC, I have found that the more passages I read, I am getting faster. I've also been working on my diagramming skills, and trying to reduce the amount of irrelevant stuff I mark up. But I would say more than anything, reading lots of passages and answering the questions, and trying to do each passage in under 9 minutes is going to improve your speed.
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