I remember I had a sort of epiphany one night when I was working on games. I had always run into time trouble whenever I tried to do a full game section with proper timing. This annoyed me because I had been through the LGB and felt I had all the methods down pretty well. Anyway, frustrated, I tried just doing a games section at a pace that felt way too slow, being extra careful to make all the deductions. I didn't look at the clock at all. It felt like I took forever, but I ended up finishing the section early (a first) and getting nearly a perfect score on the section. I guess the moral of the story is that once I knew all the LGB strategies the time pressure was all in my head. I had been trying to rush through games and always ended up getting sloppy with my deductions which was costing me time. Have you tried doing a section focusing only on accuracy and disregarding time entirely? It sounds weird but that is how everything fell in to place for me. If you are methodical and careful, 35 minutes is more than enough time to finish four games.