So, I am still working on the Logic Bible these days. I think that the book helpes a lot, but I still don't get many games right
It's like if I get a question wrong and then go to the explanation, then I am like "Oh, OK, now I understand..", but it seems like there is just a too great variety of games, and I am still making stupid mistakes (mainly on grouping games).
Interestingly enough, I am amazed how easy it is to feel stupid after not scoring well enough on the games. I have never been great at math, but the test creators assure that no math skills needed to solve the games. So, I am confused.
Yesterday, one girl that I've met, told me that she didn't have enough time to prepare for the LSAT, so she had only about one month to study for the test (and haven't even seen the LB and hundreds of preptests). And, guess what, she scored a perfect 170
After stories like this one, I feel quite despaired (no, not about becoming a lawyer, but about scoring well enough on the LSAT). I am willing to spend lots of time studying for the October test, but I was wondering if there is such as a thing as a some sort of predisposition to score well on this test? For example, that girl, did she develop any specific sklls throughout her school life which were invaluable help to her on the LSAT?