Reviewed RC first. Games second. LR third. Been at it all morning, feeling burnt so I'm calling it, this break is definitely at the right time for me.
RC: great review, picked up on some subtle notes and reinforced reading for structure and noticing the views/tone of the speakers/critics, and the author, felt really good that each passage I could mentally construct a scale similar to that used in Manhattan.
Games: 5 ordering games, p4-8, (18:46), -0.
LR: 50 Difficult Problems, -8, untimed, I was stumped at least every five problems and had to just eliminate the wrong answers to find the right one.
Very satisfied with LG, I"m confident that I can ravage any four ordering problems with enough time to take a dump between sections.
Slightly frustrated with LR, though I shouldn't be, I know these are difficult for a reason, the problem, in my opinion, is that I started with the early PTs, they go in order from PT 1-38, I haven't even gotten to the ones from PT 6 yet, which means up until this point I've only been drilling the difficult questions from 1-5, and these are a completely different animal. Some may disagree, but LR has always been consistently my best section, and some of these are much too funky. When I return to drilling I'm going to skip to the difficult problems from 30 onward. I'm not listing the problems because I don't recommend you viewing them. I looked at explanations on Manhattan and even the instructors answering the questions said something along the lines of "You missed this because it's old, don't expect anything like this, because LR has gotten more rigid."
Not exactly how I wanted to leave prep before a break, but I'm satisfied with the gains in LG and RC, and hopefully I'll be back in the swing of things in LR when I come back and focus on the tough ones from 30 onward.