Here is what I have been told by every practicing attorney I have talked to. The logical reasoning and Reading Comprehension sections of the test are an adequate measure of the skills an attorney will use.
Logic Games are not. As logic games count for 23 questions, a person who make an outstanding attorney could score perfectly on the RC and LR sections and still come out with a merely 'okay' score.
But with so many people who want to go to law school, there has to be SOME way to create a normal distribution of candidates... With LR and RC, we can have MANY people with perfect scores... and that just wont do.
Logic Games havent always been around... some people are better at them naturally, some people have been taught to think that way, and some people enjoy the 'brain teaser' more than others.
Example, if my LR and RC scores were extended to replace the Logic Games score., I would have around a 172 instead of a 162.
If you havent taken the test yet, I suggest you put the vast bulk of your time there, because there is where scores are made or broken.
I didnt, in fact, I barely even spent any time on logic games, and now Im likely going to a t2.
Wish I had known then.....