TheMostDangerousLG wrote:Took PT 58 today (176, woohoo):
Total = -5
Super excited about -1 on RC during a PT, although I got -3 on the RC section I took right beforehand as an experimental (from PT 15). Officially nervous about logic games, have started drilling again.
Does anyone have any good tips for grouping games? Not the in/out ones that can be mapped with the nifty chart, the messy ones.. I know there's got to be a system, but if there is, I think I've forgotten it. Probably time to hit the books again.
If you can get a good handle on the Manhattan LG method, you'll probably nail them. Its a tough method to master and I personally don't like it. Otherwise, i just make a t chart and do both the actual rule and the contra-positive right under it. It takes a bit, but I think it's worth it since it lets you plow through by seeing all the connections more clearly. The Manhattan method is similar but it has a lot of up and down notations that can get ugly.