Full Section Pacing: PrepTest 43 // Logic Games [#26] [LSAT Analytical Reasoning]
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One thing I mentioned in the video, but want to stress a bit more here, is that there’s no special reason you need to plan to finish the games section (unless you’re going for 174+). One of the best tools for proper pacing is slowing down to two or three games in order to ensure you keep your accuracy close to 100%.
If you are planning to attempt every game though, you need to aim for 7 or 8 minutes per game for the easier two games and 10 minutes per game for the two harder games. On a difficult section, that will be tough, but difficult sections are to your advantage anyway (as someone reading the description on a YouTube video about LSAT games, you are preparing *significantly* more than the average student).
As promised, I continue to work through all three-hundred-ish games of the official LSAT releases. If you have a particular game you’d like me to move up in the order, throw it in the comments and I’ll do my best.
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