I am saving that test as a timed test, so I am not sure, but it sounds right. =)
I seem to need to refer to the rules more frequently with grouping games and I miss things in going from the top of the page to the bottom repeatedly. I have considered writing the rules at the top of the page so that they are always visible without moving my hand.
Sometimes I do not refer to either the diagram or my list of rules and will stare at a problem for a minute before realizing the answer is obvious. I know I just need to practice and stick to an algorithm for solving these kinds of problems. I am doing 20-30 grouping games a day now, so hopefully this kind of practice helps with that.
I also notice that I will read a rule like "X cannot be in 1 or 2" and I will write
L next to groups 2 and 3 for some reason. I get letters mixed up, with the only variables LKMNOP I will use an S instead of one of the variables, fill all the spaces and think I am done. If there is someone like Felipe, I will use a P sometimes, other times it is just a letter that is close, alphabetically, to the string of characters that is in use. I rarely have this problem on linear or pattern games.
The shrike/martin example with chaining rules has helped a lot on games where chaining is possible, I think because I do not have to fumble through a list of rules.