Logic Games Order

salim123
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Logic Games Order

Postby salim123 » Tue Nov 19, 2013 2:24 pm

Do any of you always do the games in a special order or mainly just 1-2-3-4?

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Pneumonia
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Re: Logic Games Order

Postby Pneumonia » Tue Nov 19, 2013 2:29 pm

1-2-3-4

no reason to do it any other way. if you're pressed for time on LG then you should delay your test date until you aren't. However, if you're pressed for time on games and insist on taking, then the best order is 1-2 and then either 3 or 4: whichever has more questions.

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Re: Logic Games Order

Postby bp shinners » Thu Nov 21, 2013 2:37 pm

Yea, I've found most people do best when going 1-2-3-4. LG is different than RC in that you don't really get as fatigued with it, so doing the hard ones first doesn't really help. Also, doing the hard ones first usually results in a lower score, since you're getting some wrong but not getting to the easy questions of the first two games (assuming that they're easier, which is a trend but not a rule).

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Re: Logic Games Order

Postby meegee » Thu Nov 21, 2013 8:26 pm

1-2-3-4. Unless at first glance you see an insanely hard game that leaves you blank. But if you've prepped enough, that won't happen, even if they throw a curve ball.

On a side note, there are times you will run into a wall. After you run into that wall, try again. If still nothing comes out of it, move on and return to that later. Sometimes things click after returning later.

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Re: Logic Games Order

Postby bp shinners » Mon Nov 25, 2013 2:41 pm

jaylawyer09 wrote:
bp shinners wrote:Yea, I've found most people do best when going 1-2-3-4. LG is different than RC in that you don't really get as fatigued with it, so doing the hard ones first doesn't really help. Also, doing the hard ones first usually results in a lower score, since you're getting some wrong but not getting to the easy questions of the first two games (assuming that they're easier, which is a trend but not a rule).


+1

all hail bp

When will you do a LR and RC book!!!???!! :lol: :lol:


As soon as enough people give glowing reviews to the LG book and convince the higher-ups that it was a solid investment!




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