« on: January 28, 2007, 01:41:49 PM »
First of all, someone needs to ban the office space retards. They're ridiculously stupid and nothing they say is important or meaningful.
To the person that started this thread, it sounds like you have a lot going on right now in terms of work responsibilities. The stress of a full-time work schedule and stress of LSAT studying aren't going to mesh in a good way.
I have two suggestions that I believe are very helpful:
1. Remember that when you take prep tests, the most important thing is learning from your mistakes; it's not to focus on getting a high score.
2. Games are a female dog for everyone. The only real way to overcome them is to do a whole f-ing lot of them, and then do them all again. It may be an obvious thing, but focus on neat but speedy set ups and spend a little bit of time in the beginning thinking about inferences and seeing if making scenarios is feasible or helpful. If you run out of time on a games section, continue doing the rest of the games and learning as much as you can from the section. Sometimes it just helps for learning to do problems untimed.