HilljackThe last sentence of your reply was rather abrupt. You could have phrased you response, which I'm sure you intended to be helpful, in a less curt fashion. Thanks though for the attempt...D
Was not. I just gave my opinion: worrying about relative difficulty or if games will be one type or another or if RC passages will be 65 lines is pointless and won't help you. Preparing by reading/taking as much past LSATs as possible and trying to understand the basics of the test will serve you better. Speculation about other stuff is pointless in my view. No hijack here, I expect an apology.