This is a copy of a reply that I posted yesterday to a similar question that you posted:
Just like with sports, for example: running...once you have the technique down, you have to work on speed...and you will get faster and faster.
Set your timer at 8 minutes and work through a game. Don' t just focus on getting all four done in 35 minutes, but break down the games. Once the timer goes off at 8 minutes (I am not saying 8 minutes and 45 seconds because you need time to bubble your scantron sheet...) then mark where you are in the game and finish it.
Once you are finished with the game, check it...figure out where you made mistakes and rework the game again. Some people like to wait a few days before they rework the game, but that is preference. Make sure to set the timer again at 8 minutes.
You will notice that games tend to take the following pattern:
1 to 2 easier games --- linear or sequencing game,
1 game that is time consuming but not too difficult, and
1 game that is tricky and because of its difficulty level, it is time consuming.
So, you need to actually train yourself to finish the two easier games in 5 minutes or less, so that you have enough time to finish the harder ones.
With practice, you will recognize the necessary deductions faster and more efficiently, BUT that only comes with practice.
I suggest that you make yourself a folder with all the games of the released tests, 52 tests have been released.
Use that folder to work through games and/or add an extra game section as a fifth (experimental) section. This way, you will have more exposure to the games. The important thing is to go through each game a second time to ensure that you know what is going on...and a third time, reworking the game from scratch.