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I'm not sure the "right" way, but I went through Cambridge LG sections as I finished the corresponding chapter in the Manhattan LSAT LG book. I would finish a chapter in the morning before work, and then drill as many games as I possibly could fit in after work. If I didn't finish drilling the whole section in that night, instead of using the next morning to read through a new chapter I would finish up drilling for the last chapter. I was able to bring my LG sections from -6/-8 to -0/-1 consistently with just about two weeks of hard work. I'm doing LR the same way now hoping it well be as effective. (On a side note, if I missed any questions on a game in LG or went above 8 minutes on a difficulty 1 or 2 game or above 9:30 on a difficulty 3 or 4 game I would highlight it. After I went through every game and finished the MLSAT LG book I spent a weekend reworking every game I had highlighted.) Hope this helps
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